According to this email, which purports to be from the UK’s Metro Bank, you haven’t viewed your last 3 online statements. The email suggests that you click a link to go online and read your statements.
However, the email is not from Metro Bank. Instead, it is a phishing scam designed to steal your bank account login details and other sensitive personal and financial information.
Clicking the link opens a fraudulent website that has been designed to look like the genuine Metro Bank home page.
Phishing scams like this one are very common. You can read more information about phishing scams here.
And, Metro Bank has published information about recognising phishing attacks on its website.
Subject: Metro Bank Alert Message You haven't viewed your last 3 online statements. Your statement shows the current interest rates, fees and charges and amount due to be paid by you. It's important to read each month's statement to check that all the information on it is correct. You can view your statement once you've signed in to online banking.Please go online now to view your recent statements Your statement may include other information such as Notices of Variation to terms and conditions Notices of Sums in Arrears, Notices of Default Sums and Annual Statements or other important notices, so please view your statement as soon as possible. Metro Bank One Southampton Row London WC1B 5HA