E-Mail Hoax

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by sirdarksol, Dec 4, 2009.

  1. sirdarksol

    sirdarksolFishlore LegendMember


    Thought folks should know this.
    My advice from the phone scam thread stands; don't give personal info to people who contact you unless you are 100% certain of their identity. Better to call/e-mail them back at a known and trusted number/address.
  2. Lucy

    LucyModeratorModerator Member

    Thanks for the warning SDS.
  3. bolivianbaby

    bolivianbabyFishlore LegendMember

    Thanks for the heads up, SDS. I've actually received that e-mail.

    While we're on the topic, some fraudulent bank e-mails are going on as well. They look like they're on the straight and narrow, but I was getting them on my work e-mail and I don't use that address for banking.
  4. harpua2002

    harpua2002Fishlore VIPMember

    Thanks for the warning!
  5. ShadowbeamValued MemberMember

    Thanks for the warnings guys :)
  6. OP

    sirdarksolFishlore LegendMember

    I've been getting some very legitimate-looking bank e-mails, as well. Wells Fargo recently contacted me, telling me that there was a potential issue with my accounts. Of course, I don't bank at Wells Fargo.

    If you've got the time, it's a good idea to find out if the banks involved have an e-mail address to which you can report phishing scams. They like to know about those things, and with enough e-mails, they can sometimes find the crooks.

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