Frankly, I got little bit of worried once I see this email mainly because I think * I think* I did key in wrong password (accidently) yesterday while login to my account. Not sure it was because of that. But for sure not due to long inactivity because I just login to my account yesterday to transfer money.
After a few minutes staring at the mail, I know it is a phishing mail which trap us to login through email link and intercept our login and password, and they can do whatever transfer they want * I assume*
Out of cusiosityI further proceed click the link and make the comparison on the fake-maybank login page and genuine-maybank login page. I found that there are a lot of similarities and few differences as below.
1) Same arrangement of the button and other tools
2) Using the same/similar fonts
3) Using the same icons
4) Using the same background color
5) Using the same WebTrust icon
1) The tab title
a. Fake = Welcome
b. Genuine = Maybank Title with Maybank icon
2) The security lock on the URL box
But overall still the same, and it definitely dangerous for those who are not aware of phishing term and the risk of it. Don't underestimate what hackers can do with our login and password, even though it's just the login and password. I don't dare to test, and any of you dare to? LOL!