Dear gilberto sullivan,
It has come to our attention that some of our customers have recently been the target of a fraudulent email phishing campaign. Phishing is a form of email fraud designed to steal your identity. It works by using false pretenses to get you to disclose sensitive personal information, such as credit and debit card numbers, account passwords, or Social Security numbers.
Customers have received an email with a National Bank Of Kansas City logo asking them to click on a link to verify their email address. Once the link is clicked, the user is transported to a page asking for personal information, including a credit card number. The email appears to be sent from a real person as well.
Should you ever receive an email asking for personal information, please delete it immediately without clicking on the links. National Bank Of Kansas City will never send an email of this kind.
To help you better identify fake emails, we follow strict rules. We will never ask for the following personal information in an email:
• Credit and debit card numbers
• Bank account numbers
• Driver’s license numbers
• ATM PIN
Whenever you receive an email asking about your National Bank Of Kansas City account, the safest and easiest course of action is to call your local branch to ensure it is indeed real. To learn more on how to spot fraudulent emails, please click the Safety Information button above or visit our website.
Senior Vice President
Director of Marketing
National Bank Of Kansas City