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APEX ACH Phishing Scams

PLEASE NOTE: APEX ACH is not responsible for these e-mail scams. Organisations and individuals, pretending to be APEX ACH, initiate them. All trademarks and related logos are either trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners, or their licensors. Cyber Top Cops is in no way affiliated with APEX ACH. The "Received From" e-mail address mentioned for each e-mail on this page, is a spoofed e-mail address and is not the true origin of the scam e-mail.

Date: 11 September 2007
Received from "" <>
Subject: Apex ACH software upgrade


Dear Apex ACH System Customers,

  In accordance with introduction of the new security level in our system, it is urgently requested to follow this link
Please, follow instructions to help Apex ACH while testing security of the new software.

If you are not CUnet Apex ACH System Customer please disregard this letter.

CUnet Apex ACH System Customer Service

Honestly, do you really think companies will send e-mails like this to people who are not even clients of them? Would APEX-ACH have any reason to send e-mails about the testing of their new software to non-clients? The obvious answer to both of these questions is NO! Why waste valuable resources on recipients who will have no interest whatsoever in "the new security level in you system"? What did the scammers hope to achieve with an e-mail like this?

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