Millions of Gmail and Outlook users on iPhones, Androids, and Gmail warned to watch out for four bank killer phrases

Four key phrases have been identified as the most common inbox messages for GMAIL users, Outlook, iPhone and Android.

This summer, phishing emails have used these phrases.

Android users are among those warned to check their inboxes for four key phrases


Android users have been warned to keep an eye on their email for four phrases.Credit: Getty Images – Getty
Scammers can use these tricks to empty your bank account, earning the schemes the moniker of bank-killing or draining


These scams can empty your account and earn them the nickname “bank-killing” or “draining”.Credit: Getty Images – Getty

The purpose of phishing messages is to trick you into clicking links that appear to be genuine but are scams.

These scams can be used to drain your bank account. They are also known as bank killing or bank draining.

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Scammers are using brand names in emails phishing for a $500 credit to travel through a hyperlink.

By clicking it, you will go to a fake Delta webpage.

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The websites are designed to trick users, but you can spot the scam by looking at the URL.

The URL is likely to be fake if it contains “rogue” numbers or says anything like “long-term” or “network”.

The real URL of the company is

Apple is also a phrase that you should be aware of.

Some people have received texts claiming that there is a problem in their Apple Wallet.

This message also includes a fake Apple Login page.

The report states that clicking the link, and then entering your details could result in scammers taking control of your Apple ID.

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These messages contain fake links that may ask for your credit card number.

It is best to avoid clicking on links if you get any such messages.

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