Well here's some heart warming news for a Saturday. Online bankers are catching onto the ridiculously high number of security scams out there. Nearly four out of five online banking customers now ignore emails that purport to be from their bank, and a vast majority would like to have their account monitored for unusual activity. Good call I say, personally I ignore all information from my bank as it's usually along the lines of - "Sir, we think there's been some unusual activity with your bank account - it's empty..." "No, no, that was me. I spent it all on Guiness yesterday..."
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