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Verify Your Chase Account Information

CHASE BANK


 

 
Scam Report
Date Reported: 14th May 2018 Whats this? Risk Level: MEDIUM-HIGH Whats this?
 
Details
 
Email Subject:
 Verify Your Chase Account Information
Apparent Sender:
 CHASE BANK  Whats this?
Return Address:
 markjacob166@gmail.com Whats this?
Email Format:  HTML Whats this?
 
URL of Web Content:
 http://bit.ly/2kZFM9J
  Whats this?
Anchor text of URLs:
 1)
http://www.chase.com/cmserver/users/default/c
onfirm.cfm Whats this?
Location:
 NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES Whats this?
 
Scam number:
 26317-354832-815155
 
Comments:
  • Email asks you to confirm/update/verify your account data at CHASE BANK by visiting the given link. You will be taken to a spoof website where your details will be captured for the phishers.


  • CHASE BANK never send their users emails requesting personal details in this way.


  • The anchor text appears as a legitimate URL, but don't be fooled - clicking on it will take you to a phishing site!


     
Content
 
 
Content-Type: multipart/alternative;
boundary˘030437a0cc3535fa05498b1013

Dear client of Chase Bank,

Technical services of the Chase Bank are
carrying out a planned software upgrade. We
earnestly ask you to visit the
following link to start the procedure of
confirmation on customers data.

To get started, please click the link below:


http://www.chase.com/cmserver/users/default/c
onfirm.cfm

This instruction has been sent to all bank
Customers and is obliga...


 
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