Senders Address (spoofed)
Spoofed Web page/site?
Web page/site origin
Identity Theft method
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Citibank Email Hoax and web page scam
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We have received further reports of this email scam during December '03 and January 2004, but with different links. So, please be aware that the link text in the email may differ as will the destination page of any of those links. This included a link to www.citibanksecure.us which is not connected with Citibank at all, but is just another means to convince you that the email is genuine.
If you supply that information in the form, and then submit it, the information will be captured utilising PHP script while the pop up window page changes to a confirmation that your information has been received.
If you have received this hoax email, please remember that it is very common for these email scams to be redistributed at a later date with only slightly different content or the same but with the fake page(s) hosted by a different provider. Also, once you have received one of these hoaxes, it is also common place to receive at least another one and usually a day or two after the first, although not necessarily from the same apparent sender.
Take a good look at the following images, because this hoax email scam may be coming to an inbox near you!
The fake web pages...
... and when you submit the pop up window form infformation, you then see this confirmation message ...
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