This is a standard password phishing scam, purporting to come from Westpac Bank. The active scam link in the message has been deleted. If you had clicked on it and entered your private information, you would have given a scammer access to your online bank account.
from: Westpac Bank (email@example.com)
date: Wed, Sep 2, 2009 at 2:14 PM
subject: Account security attention
Please pay attention that your online banking account is suspended because of missing information. In order for it to remain active, please pass the account authorization process.
Login here. [link deleted]
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