Phishing Site – Sun Trust Bank Style

Want to see an example of a Phishing Site? This one was built to damage Sun Trust Bank’s credibility.
Phishing “Sun Trust Bank Style”

Just FYI, Sun Trust does have a policy on emailing, just in case you’re a Sun Trust Bank customer wondering if the email you received is real or not.
“Email Policy:
SunTrust Client Commitment. We will never send unsolicited emails asking clients to provide, update or verify personal or account information, such as passwords, Social Security numbers, PINs, credit or Check Card numbers, or other confidential information.
At SunTrust, we have strict privacy policies in place. SunTrust will not trade, rent or sell your personal information – including email addresses – to anyone. We will not provide account or personal information to non-SunTrust companies for the purpose of independent telemarketing or direct mail marketing for non-financial products or services. For more information on our privacy policy, visit
Third-Party Links. SunTrust may provide you with access to information, products or services offered on nonaffiliated Web sites through the use of hyperlinks. By clicking on these links, you are directed from our Web site to a third-party site. SunTrust cannot guarantee how third-party Web sites collect information about you. SunTrust makes no representations or warranties regarding non-SunTrust sites or the companies maintaining them. If you choose to access non-SunTrust Web sites through links on our Web pages, we encourage you to review the privacy and security polices on those sites before you provide them with any personal or financial information.”