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Subject: ACTION REQUIED: Notice for your account
Date: Fri, 31 Aug 2012 11:39:23 -0400
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Chase will never send you an e-mail with horrible grammar and typos like this.
Wow! We would have never guessed that.
An HTML file with the name 0,,2_700271--FileV_7103_01.html was attached to this e-mail. This fake Chase web page asks for A LOT of personal and sensitive information, like your user id, password, complete credit card information, social security number, tax number, your mother's maiden name, your birth date, driver's licence number, your e-mail address and the password to your e-mail account as well. Chase will never request personal information like this via e-mail.
The scammers even have a lame excuse for requesting the password to your e-mail account:
This makes not sense at all. If the bank has the password to your e-mail account on file, how will this prevent someone from using the Identification code? This is hogwash and Chase will never request the password to your e-mail account.
This scam bears a close resemblance to one of the latest ABSA phishing scams. The approach is basically the same, but this one is a bit more easier for the user to execute, so it will likely be more effective and therefore poses a higher threat.
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