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The Latest of the Persistent “Verizon” Identity Theft Attempts

03 Apr

This might be amusing if it weren’t so scary.  It is sent to multiple addresses, and I don’t have an account with them, but some people might fall for this and click on the links.  If you do, and you don’t have a really good security software setup, kiss your bank information goodbye!  (I removed the links just in case you don’t have Norton or equivalent).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To make it even scarier, that email was followed up with this one:

Note that the URL’s are all bogus.

Do ya think Wells Fargo would need to use: client22601-wellsoffice….?

DO NOT EVER RESPOND TO AN EMAIL FROM YOUR “BANK.”  If you think they actually need information from you, log off, go to your cell phone and call your local branch.  Better still, go in the building in person.  If you get this stuff, forward it to the link below: (notice the URL is fbi.gov)

The address of the FBI criminal tip link:       https://tips.fbi.gov/thank-you-for-your-tip

 

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