There's something strangely ironic about phishing for account details from Anglo Irish Bank. The Irish government have already spent €4 billion trying to keep the bank afloat. The Director of Corporate Enforcement and the Garda Bureau of Fraud Investigation are investigating allegations of circular transactions. This week it also emerged the Serious Fraud Office were called in to check out some transactions through its London offices. On top of that the bank had to write off €4.7 million invested with a Madoff scheme. The fraudsters better watch out, they could get saddled with some of the €28 billion in bad loans the bank made. If you're gonna phish a bank, I'd start somewhere else.