Santander Bank sent you a text warning about suspicious activity on your account. The text informs you that Santander Bank has set up a new payee on your account. It also directs to a website where you can authorize or decline. Beware! It’s a scam.

Santander has sent this scam text message to many people. The message actually links to a malicious website.

Santander Bank Scam Text Format:

This is the format for your text message:

login attempt made from new device 18-feb if you do NOT recognise this activity visit

What is the scam?

This is a scam text that scammers sent to you to steal your financial and personal information. Fake Santander texts are being circulated, claiming that new payees have been created on your account. Don’t be fooled. It’s all a scam!

You are exposed to spywares, viruses, and malwares by clicking on the link. These can be harmful to your device and can hack or destroy your mobile phone.

Genuine companies won’t ask for sensitive information like a password or credit-card number. They will also not send attachments or ask users to download anything to their devices.

Received Santander Scam Text Message ? Do the Following!

It is a scam and you should immediately delete the message. Do not forget to notify your loved ones. If they get such a message, they are asked not to click the link.

You can also report unscrupulous websites or scams and tell us why the websites are fraudulent.