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Old 01-26-2011, 10:54 PM
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phishing...

I received an email from what I initially thought was Chase Bank. It read as follows:

Greetings Chase Bank Customer,
We at Chase Bank, would like to remind you that your Chase
Bank Account has not been updated to the latest Online
Access Agreement for Chase Bank Online services.In order
for us, at Chase Bank to guarantee your online security,
you need to update your account information . We urge you
to partner with us to prevent customer fraud, by going
through the 2 steps Chase Bank Account Confirmation
process. This operation involves logging in and confirming
your identity over a secure connection at:
To get started, please click the link below:
Security Update. After completing this process, you will
be informed that your account has been updated and you
will be redirected to the actual Online Access Agreement,
for you to review.Thanks for choosing Chase Bank as your
Financial Institution. JP Morgan Chase Bank, N.A Member
FDIC. Equal opportunity Lender.

Customers Support Service
© 2011 JPMorgan Chase & Co.

I thought it was strange so i, "Right Clicked on the link and it read as follows: http://hpppptptp//furjaadedn.ae/js/ ...tervices/chase

I change the link a bit so it won't work if someone were to click on it...


So I sent the email and the info I saw under the, "Right Click" function

They replied to tell me that in fact it was NOT from them and that the people were trying to get my bank info...

Just wanted to pass it on as the phishing scammers are getting more convincing...
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