Chase Online Banking Phishing Scam - You Have New Mail
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From: "Chase Business" <SMChaseNotification@chaseonline.chasse.com>
Subject: Important Information About Your Wire Transfer Service
Date: Wed, 9 Jul 2008 16:54:00 +0200
X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2600.0000
X-MimeOLE: Produced By Microsoft MimeOLE V6.00.2600.0000
To: undisclosed-recipients: ;
Dear Business Customer:
An important service announcement from Business Banking regarding "Important Information About Your Wire Transfer Service" has been sent to your Secure Message Center. To see your message, log on to https://chaseonline.chase.com/logon.aspx?TYPE=33554433... and click the "You have new mail" link in the upper left corner of the My Accounts page. If you are already logged on to Chase Online(SM) for Business, you can see your message(s) at any time by visiting the Secure Message Center.
The message will be available in your Secure Message Center until 01/20/2009.
The Business Team at Chase thanks you for being a valued Chase customer.
ABOUT THIS MESSAGE:
This service message was delivered to you as a Chase customer to provide you with account updates and information about your account benefits. Chase values your privacy and your preferences.
If you want to contact Chase, please do not reply to this message, but instead go to https://www.Chase.com/ . For faster service, please enroll or log on to your account. Replies to this message will not be read or responded to.
Ask yourself the question, will Chase ever send an e-mail like this to a bunch of undisclosed recipients? The answer is easy: No, they won't!
Wow! That's a long time. We don't think the message will be of any use by that time because a phishing site normally has a very short lifespan (this is not always the case though), so a statement like this makes no sense. The phishing scammers really need to re-think their logic, some create a false sense of urgency, other create a false sense of relaxation (or whatever you would like to call it). Perhaps the scammers believe that they will win the trust of their victims if they don't put too much pressure on them.
OK, we get the message, DO NOT REPLY TO THIS E-MAIL! For faster service enrol... enrol for what? A company like Chase will not send unclear messages like this to their clients.
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