"Account verification: We have detected that several computers have attempted to log into your accounts but your password was not used correctly ... We need you to confirm your account details again." It's a fake.
Phishing concerning a so-called update of your Card Reader. Don't fall for the trap (check out our phishing examples).
Beware of phishing by mail: a fake letter from ING announces the arrival of your new bank card and asks you to return the old one by post. Do not send your bank card to fraudsters.
Safe account scam: they call you making you believe that fraudsters have access to your accounts and that you must transfer all your money to a secure account to protect it: it is a scam (read our tips)
Fraudulent SMS with links: "Account in quarantine", "new message from your bank", "credit card expires", "Home'Bank contract expires", etc. Don't be fooled, ING SMS never contains a clickable link (read our communication rules here).
FPS Finances: Second wave covid-19 compensation. Emails and SMS offering financial compensation related to the increase in energy consumption. It's a fake. Do not click on the link, send to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Beware of fraud on second-hand websites (read our advice to protect yourself)
IMPORTANT: you can learn to read to which website the links in the messages take you and detect fraud on www.ing.be/URL.