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Date: Mon, 27 Sep 2004 09:23:45 +0300
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This is an Official Notice From SunTrust Ž To all customers using SunTrust Internet Banking Services

Dear SunTrust valued member, due to concerns of the safety and the integrity of your SunTrust Bank account, we have issued this warning message.
Recently, a large number of SunTrustŽ customers, have received fraudulent e-mails from impostors, claiming customers to update their accounts trying to find out sensitive information.
We have previous recommended, on our website, that you should change your internet account password every 30 days. It came to our attention that your account password has not been changed for more that 30 days. Regarding these facts we are obliged to ask you to change your internet banking account password, following this link or the link below.
In case you fail to change your password in the following 48 hours you will be charged with 50$ (U.S. Dollars) for a newly randomly generated password, that you will receive only when you request it by clicking this link (please fill in the form below to ensure the authenticity of your account).

Head Manager of Account Safety SunTrust

Please do not reply to this e-mail. Mail sent to this address cannot be answered. For assistance, log in to your SunTrust account and choose the "Help" link in the footer of any page.

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