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    They`er Back

    Just thought I would share one of the email that I got in the last couple of weeks funny thing is the only link that works is to the scammers SO DO NOT TRY ANY OF THE LINKSI have taken out my email address other than that here it is just the way I received it. I noticed after I posted all the links were workig so I have added an x to them.
    From : <chase@protect717.chase.com>
    Sent : February 23, 2006 8:09:03 AM
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    Subject : Account ID 56522 IMPORTANT: Client's Details Confirmation

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    CHASE IMPORTANT NOTIFICATION

    At this time we need you to confirm your online account with our existing database. As soon as our database will be updated we need to make a few important anouncements to our customers so please update your contact information with no delay.

    The account statement for your Online account can be confirmed at any time clicking the link bellow:
    (hxttp://www.chase.com/asp/services/u...hp?account3180)

    Our database will be instantly updated.

    We are committed to the responsible use and protection of customer information on our website. At Chase Manhattan we are dedicated to provide you with exceptional service and to ensure your trust. If you have any questions regarding our services, please check the website or call our customer service.

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    The originating ip address appears to be Korean. Probably a bot.
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    They call me the Hunted foxyloxley's Avatar
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    don't forget to forward it to Chase Manhattan
    they will have their own anti phish squad
    the more they get the better
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    Seems Chase is not alone ... those darn hackers are everywhere ...

    From: VISA Service
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    Subject: Attention! Several VISA Credit Card bases have been LOST!
    Date: 2/24/2006 9:39:54 AM
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    From: "VISA Service" <VisaCard@visa.com>
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    Subject: Attention! Several VISA Credit Card bases have been LOST!
    Date: Fri, 24 Feb 2006 22:28:54 +0800
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    Subject: Attention! Several VISA Credit Card bases have been LOST!

    Good afternoon, unfortunately some processings have been cracked by hackers,
    so a new secure code to protect your data has been introduced by Visa.

    You should check your card balance and in case of suspicious transactions immediately contact your card issuing bank.

    If you don't see any suspicious transactions, it doesn't mean that the card is not lost and cannot be used. Probably, your card issuers have not updated information yet.
    That is why we strongly recommend you to visit our website and update your profile, otherwise we cannot guarantee stolen money repayment.
    Thank you for your attention.

    Click here and update your profile.
    "Here" pointed to: hxtpp://www.visaeur.com/lostvisa/

    As was done previously I have done I've placed an x in the address. At least my email site picked it up as spam but I've heard (and been sent copies of this) from others that some servers are not catching it.

    As I usually do, I booted up an old laptop that I could reformat just in case, went to the site and entered a bunch of random false information just to have some fun with them.

    Hopefully they will try to use some of the information I entered LOL

    I did forward it to Visa and sent a copy to the apparent provider in case they want to try and do anything.
    Wise men talk because they have something to say;
    fools, because they have to say something.
    Plato

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