The email tells me that my Chase online banking has been disabled. I just need to click the link and reconfirm my account to have it restored. The message is from 1d3b0b5bca551a58da8722sx15a18df9a @934555677223786hxmw3u1t2vg0vimmsetgc.com which is not JP Morgan Chase so is an obvious fake, plus I don’t have a Chase bank account.
An email from Ward Serrano offers negative SEO work. Likely to be entirely fake as if you get cheated trying to buy an illegal service – who can you complain to? Negative SEO means basically sabotaging your competitors standing in the search engines and is a disgraceful practice.
Biz-funding.co.uk send out vast amounts of spam messages offering unsecured loans. You just have to complete their eligibility checker to get a response. No thanks – I’m not giving my personal and financial details to a spammer.
An email tells us that the password for liveinlounge@ the radio station will expire in 6 hours and we should click to keep the same password. This is a simple phishing message, trying to get us to key in the password for that email account. However that email account doesn’t exist – the address was invented by a spammer so it cannot possibly expire when it doesn’t exist.
Karen Short from Accounts Receivable at a company we’ve never heard of tells us our invoice is now 60 days late for payment and unless we pay immediately they will take action against us. Good job this is all fantasy – we don’t owe anything to the non-existent company. Karen seems to have a personality disorder as her name changes twice in the email and she even forgot to attach the malware file she mentions in the message as being a copy of the alleged invoice.
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