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U.S. Bank Phishing Scams

PLEASE NOTE: U.S. Bank is not responsible for these e-mail scams. Organisations and individuals, pretending to be U.S. Bank, 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 U.S. Bank. 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: 14 March 2007
Received from "U.S. Bank" <>
Subject: Urgent notification from Protection Department. -Wed, 14 Mar 2007 11:42:01 -0500

Notice the white space at the bottom of the e-mail? The original e-mail contained cloaked hash buster text here (Please note that we removed the actual cloaked text before publishing this e-mail to prevent any search engine spam penalties). To reveal the cloaked text in an e-mail message, simply left-click below the image (not on it), hold the mouse button down and drag the mouse cursor downwards.

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