An email saying they are giving a 5% discount on all account transactions with the subject of notification pretending to come from NatWest Plc <email@example.com> is a phishing email trying to steal your bank account and private information
We at Natwest are pleased to inform you that your account has been selected to receive a 5% Discount on all Transactions linked to your Account.
Kindly have all your details ready as you confirm ownership of account for activation .
To confirm identity and ownership.
Natwest Bank Plc
The link goes to http://porkyswinebar.co.uk/nW=olb/ which redirects you to http://tswrk.ru/language/nW=olb/!@_.php?refferent1d=;5c6d0db7810e90cc8db1d9b966a02e285c6d0db7810e90cc8db1d9b966a02e28 which is at typical imitation of the genuine NatWest bank sign on page
No bank is generous enough to give you a 5% or indeed ANY discount on all transactions made from your account.
We all get very blasé about phishing and think we know so much that we will never fall for a phishing attempt. Don’t assume that all attempts are obvious. Watch for any site that invites you to enter ANY personal, log in or financial information. It might be an email that says “you have won a prize” or “sign up to this website for discounts, prizes and special offers”
Please read our How to protect yourselves page for simple, sensible advice on how to avoid being infected by this sort of socially engineered malware. Look carefully at the address ( URL ) bar at the top of your browser and make sure it is the genuine bank site