Nationwide using PGP signatures or Phishing email?


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Gareth

Some time ago, I received an email from Nationwide. No links, it simply
told me my statement was ready online (which it was). The email
contained my postcode (which nationwide include in emails to show that
they are genuine). I noticed that the email was digitally signed.
However, now that I have got round to downloading and installing
software capable of handling PGP keys, I cannot find the public key used
to sign this message.

Are nationwide now using PGP or was this a very good but rather
pointless fake email?

Any opinions?

Gareth
 
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Gordon H

Gareth said:
Some time ago, I received an email from Nationwide. No links, it simply
told me my statement was ready online (which it was). The email
contained ******** (which nationwide include in emails to show that
they are genuine).
I'd rather you hadn't mentioned that!!!
 
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Gareth

Gordon said:
I'd rather you hadn't mentioned that!!!
You may have a point there, but I'm not revealing anything that isn't on
their website.
 

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