My Canadian Pharmacy Spam Emails and Scam Websites
Feb 18, 2013
Jul 4, 2012
I keep getting tonnes of malicious spam e-mail messages claiming to represent a Canadian Pharmacy, selling discounted drugs without a prescription. These e-mail messages contain links to malicious websites that will steal your credit card information and identity, if you attempt to purchase drugs from any of these websites.
Please continue reading below.
The e-mail messages contain the following malicious websites:
The scammers are continuously changing the name of the website, so you maybe sent an e-mail with other website names.
This is how the website looks:
If you want to know if an online pharmacy is legit, please go to the Canadian International Pharmacy Association website at http://www.cipa.com and search for the pharmacy's website name.
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