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New fraud email from webmailsupportteam

pcmag Security watch reported a new fraud email which is trying to get your user name and password. The mail will be from Which is a non existing domain but the mail server is working for it.

Here is the content


Sent: Monday, August 25, 2008 10:40 PM Subject: FROM WEBMAIL SUPPORT TEAM

Due to concerns for the safety and integrity of your webmail account,
we are bringing to your notice that we are presently upgrading our webmail
account with effect From 23/08/2008-28/08/2008, we will be conducting a
scheduled routine maintenance that may affect email delivery notifications
on our transaction network and this maintenance might close your webmail
account completely if urgent upgrading is not ensured properly by our
webmail providers teams of engineers.

Please be rest assured that this will not impact transactions adversely,
in other to prevent and protect your webmail account from being closed
by our webmaster maintenance engineers, you are to therefore advise to
please forward your SURNAME, USERNAME and PASSWORD, territory immediately
for upgrading.

Once we have updated your account current records will be sent to your
Online Account and your service will not be interrupted and will continue
working as normal.

We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause you. We assure you more
quality service at the end of this maintenance.


Bhaswati Viduka
Webmail Support Team

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