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The Bank Account scam has been around a long time. A scammer will give you a call or send you a text message claiming to be from your bank informing you that suspicious activity has taken place on your account.

The caller will try to acquire your personal details including your passwords in order to gain access to your account. This will be done by asking you to provide details including address, email, online banking password, Mother’s maiden name, etc.

After gaining access to your bank account, the scammer will of course empty your account. If you receive an unexpected call from someone claiming to be from your bank, hang up, and call your bank to find out if it was a legitimate call. If you inform the caller this is what you plan to do and they try to pressure you to stay on the line, it’s most likely a scammer that’s on the line.

Bank activity is high

Bank calls activity right now is high


The best way to measure how popular a scam is a scam, it's to measure how many calls have been made.



Calls Received in the past 24h



Calls received in the past 30 days

Calls detected in the last 24 hours

Calls detected in the last 30 days


This is the top 10 of cities where these type of scams originated in the previous month.

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16187 Calls

London, UK

3849 Calls

Manchester, UK

1651 Calls

Glasgow, UK

1564 Calls

Redruth, UK

1273 Calls

Leeds, UK

910 Calls

Northern Ireland, UK

879 Calls

Brighton, UK

817 Calls

Aberdeen, UK

771 Calls

Liverpool, UK

  1. London 16187 calls

  2. Manchester 3849 calls

  3. Glasgow 1651 calls

  4. Redruth 1564 calls

  5. Leeds 1273 calls

  6. Rotherham 1186 calls

  7. Northern Ireland 910 calls

  8. Brighton 879 calls

  9. Aberdeen 817 calls

  10. Liverpool 771 calls


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