The newest email scam has been targeting NAB customers, claiming their accounts have been disabled, then directing them to a fake website to enter their password.
Within the email is a link that takes people to a very real looking website, which is set up to steal customers I.D. and password.
It contains the subject line 'Notification' and has been coming from email@example.com
The fake email. Photo: MailGuard
The bank say they're aware of the scam and have shut down the fake website.
The fake website. Photo: MailGuard
"If you receive this type of email, please forward it to firstname.lastname@example.org and then delete it," they've advised customers.
"If you've received an email of this type and have clicked on the link and entered information, please contact your local branch or call 13 22 65 immediately."
So if you've been caught up get in contact with them straight away.