2017 e-scams

The following email messages are examples of actual email phishing scams or attempts to deliver a virus via email. Most of these examples appear to have been sent by your Internet Service Provider (ISP).
You may also receive this type of email scam that appears to have been sent by Facebook, Twitter, Amazon, Ebay, Paypal, or a familiar 
credit card or bank.

If you do receive one of the following emails or a similar email message 
in your inbox, please avoid opening any attachments and delete 
the email.

NOTE: If you receive a questionable email and it is not listed here, do not assume that the email is valid. This list is simply a small sample of the large amount of scam emails that are circulating.
3-13-2017 Virus infected link

From: Citizen Bank [mailto:update@ecitizensbankonline.com] 
Sent: Monday, March 13, 2017 12:47 PM
To: customer@yourdomain.com
Subject: We're having a problem connecting your information

March 13, 2017
Citizens Bank unusual sign-in activity!
We detected something unusual about a recent sign-in to your Citizens Bank account. 
To help keep you safe, we require an extra security challenge.
Please Log On your Citizens Bank Online account so we can help you take corrective action.
VIPRE Business Agent Anti-phishing removed a known bad URL from your email message. It was deleted or quarantined and replaced with this message.
Citizens Bank helps keep you Safe and Informed.
Online Banking Security Team
Citizens Financial Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
� Copyright 2017 Citizens Bank. 
Your personal information is protected by advanced online technology. 
Citizens Bank is a brand name of Citizens Bank, N.A. (NMLS ID# 433960) and Citizens Bank of Pennsylvania (NMLS ID# 522615). 
Citizens Bank corporate headquarters: One Citizens Plaza, Providence, RI 02903 
3-06-2017 Malicious attachments

Subject:  Ac Sem Ltd
Date:     2017-03-06 8:46 am
From:    "Yael Q. Dawson" <crazyze@terra.com.br>
To:          customer@yourdomain.net

Please check the bill attached to this email.
The Transfer should appear within 40 minutes.
File Access Credentials: npWHM80

Yael Q. Dawson
2-10-2017 Phishing Scam


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