ISP  Alerts  




2023 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.





From YOUR ISP Network

Date Wed 10:04 AM
Subject: Customer Experience

Welcome to YOUR ISP ® Email!
It's safe. It's convenient. And, it makes it easy to communicate with others.

Dear Esteemed Customer,

Welcome to your brand-new email - it's more reliable than ever and with all the security you'd expect from YOUR ISP. The present changes will enable you to enjoy our new  features.
Do not worry, you can enhance to the new version by clicking the button below.

Continue - Migrate to our New Platform
Your new email still has all your favourite features, but is more streamlined and lets you organise and personalise your inbox and folders. 
This service will only be available for 48 hours
With every YOUR ISP  Email address, you get:  
Free junk email and email virus filtering 15 GB of storage  Clutter-free inbox thanks to the auto-delete feature, which removes unread messages after 90 days.
 Plus you'll get:
*Faster page and email load times
*More functional search feature
*Increased security
*Supports the latest web browsers and plug-ins (IE, Firefox and Safari)
The more you use Email, the more benefits you'll discover.
Thanks for being a YOUR ISP customer! We look forward to serving you.

By using Netins service you agree to the terms of the end user license agreement.

We will never ask you for your password in an email. If you don't trust a link in an email, go directly to the normal sign in page via  URL REMOVED 
*Location is approximate based on the IP address it originated from.


From:"" <>

Date:Fri, 27 Jan 2023 08:19

Subject:Login Notificatrion

Your password is set to expire today.
Friday, January 27, 2023

Click below to continue with the same password

Keep Same Paasword


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From: American Express
Sent: Wednesday, February 1, 2023 9:58 AM
Subject: Important that you Act on this Account Notice


Thank you for being a loyal customer with American Express.

 To ensure we have up-to-date and accurate information about our customers; When you activated your recent card we have found that we are missing important information on your account.

 In order to keep your account up to date, please provide us with the following;

 You Are Required: [ Complete the form attached to this message. *Compatible to use your Desktop browser to get started. ]

 Thank you for your Card Membership.

 American Express Online