Be Aware: Key Clients, Vendors May Get New Phishing Email
March 2013 - Be aware of dangerous new phishing emails that claim to be from KeyBank and may contain a .zip or other attachment.
What to Know:
- Reports say some individuals, companies, and KeyBank vendors are receiving fraudulent emails from parties claiming to be KeyBank and recommending they open an attachment or click a link.
- These emails are not from KeyBank and should not be trusted.
- Phishing emails frequently have attachments and links to Web pages that host malicious code that can infect your computer.
What to Do:
- Do NOT open any attachment or follow any Web links in suspicious emails.
- Continue to use security best practices such as typing the address of the website you want to access instead of bookmarking "favorites" links.
- For customers or businesses, if you clicked on the link or opened the attachment, contact the KeyBank Fraud Hotline at 1-800-433-0124.
- For KeyBank vendors and suppliers, contact your Information Security or IT support team for help.
- Forward the message to email@example.com.