On its EasyWeb website, the TD Bank is now warning customers that the financial institution is currently experiencing a Phishing attack.

The bank is telling customers that, if they receive emails or website links claiming to be from TD asking for their personal information, they should not respond to them.

The banks says that customers should only visit EasyWeb through bookmarks or by typing in the full address.

Any TD customers who encounters or believes they may have been the victim of online fraud (i.e. phishing, spyware, email fraud, etc.), is asked to contact the bank through its Online Fraud Window. http://www.td.com/privacyandsecurity/reportfraud.jsp and to
forward any supporting documentation (such as copies of emails, anti-virus/anti-spyware scan logs) to [email protected]

If you have provided any ID and/or password information online, or suspect unauthorized activity has occurred in your account(s), then the bank says you should call them at 1-866-222-3456 or visit your local branch immediately.

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