10.11.2012 [SPAMfighter News] - The scam email opens up in a very sophisticated warm language announcing the news of publication of the esteemed user in a certain column of a renowned publication. Further, to persuade the user, the language and terms used are very luring, convincing
09.11.2012 [Search Engine Roundtable] - Meaning, the link warning he initially received may have been a scam email from a competitor. The webmaster wrote this in a WebmasterWorld thread saying: So I assumed it was real. But now... after working on removing all these links - I feel like a
31.10.2012 [Bernews] - The police have issues a warning about online scams, specifically a scam email offering an alleged part time job which requires sending your personal details. The full statement follows below: Once again the Bermuda Police Service Financial Crime Unit
31.10.2012 [SYS-CON Media (press release) (blog)] - In conjunction with National CyberSecurity Awareness Month, Visa has provided a detailed example of a phishing scam email. Scroll over the blue arrows and it will reveal various examples of how this email is a scam. Emails like this usually present a
25.10.2012 [Investorplace.com] - Normally, I just delete the silly press releases that get stuck in my spam filter, but this was almost as good as the Nigerian scam email I got recently. Get a load of this subject line: “Go Banking Rates Features Top National CD Account Rate of 1.19
AGL Energy (AGL) is warning people of an AGL branded email scam which contains malicious malware that has potential to access personal information. The scam email presents as an e-Account and asks readers to click on a link. AGL advises it will never send an email asking for personal banking or financial details.