Chase Credit Card Report
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Obviously this e-mail did not come from Chase.
The links in this e-mail takes you to a malicious website, that will most likely infect your computer as soon as you visit it. Hovering with your mouse pointer over these links will help you identify the scam, because the link will not point to Chase.com. Under no circumstance should you click on any link if you receive an e-mail like this.
This might be part of an attack on U.S. banking customers, because lately, there has been a sharp increase in spam e-mails like this one. The e-mail appears to be a phishing e-mail, but the links in the e-mail do not point to a site where you are requested to enter a bunch of personal information, they rather point to a web page containing malware, trying to hijack your computer.
So the scammers are no longer asking for your personal information, no they infiltrate your computer and take what they want without your consent or knowledge.
Now is the time to get an effective Internet Security suite that can protect you against attacks like these. Don't wait until it is too late.
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