Tom Gilson

Funniest Phishing Scam Yet

I needed a laugh this morning. I got one by way of an email supposedly from Cox, our family’s Internet provider, but with a “Reply-to” address of …@qatar.io.

The body of the message reads:

Attention,

We are bringing to your notice that our customer service will be damaging down some email users in our database, due to the high number of different emails that has been violated by our email policy, terms and conditions

Provide us with the below info :

Username:

Password:

Birth date:

Account owner that refuses to maintain his or her account after 3-4 working days of this notification will lose account permanently from our site.

I really hope no one falls for this. “Damaging down some email users… different emails that has been violated by our email policy…”

🙂

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