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Your Account Was Used to Make a Purchase - American Express Scam

The email message below: "Your account was used to make a purchase, however the Card was not presented to complete the transaction", is a phishing scam. Please do not click on the links or follow the instructions in the email message. The email message was NOT sent by American Express, but by scammers whose intention is to lure you to a phishing website to steal your credit card, personal and financial information.
Your Account Was Used to Make a Purchase - American Express Scam
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Your Account Was Used to Make a Purchase - American Express Scam


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Your Account Was Used to Make a Purchase - American Express Scam

The email message below: "Your account was used to make a purchase, however the Card was not presented to complete the transaction", is a phishing scam. Please do not click on the links or follow the instructions in the email message. The email message was NOT sent by American Express, but by scammers whose intention is to lure you to a phishing website to steal your credit card, personal and financial information.

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The Irregular Card Activity - Card Not Present American Express Phishing Scam

The Irregular Card Activity - Card Not Present American Express Card Phishing Scam

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Your account was used to make a purchase, however the Card was not presented to complete the transaction. This is usually the case with purchases made online or over the phone.

If you do not recognize this transaction, please click here or visit our website at https://www.americanexpress.com.

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Your account was used to make a purchase, however the Card was not presented to complete the transaction. This is usually the case with purchases made online or over the phone.

If you do not recognize this transaction, please click here or visit our website at https://www.americanexpress.com.

Transaction Date: Thu, Dec 05, 2013

Purchase Amount: $7,747.04

Merchant Name:
APPLE WEB STORE

Note: Amounts have been rounded to the nearest dollar.
Thank you for your Card Membership.
American Express Customer Care

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If you click on any of the links in this phishing email message, you will be taken to the phishing website:
hxxp://homeindilworth.com/americanexpress/.

Malicious website hxxp://homeindilworth.com/americanexpress/.

Although this website looks exactly like the American Express website, it is not. It is a fake American Express website that will steal your information if you enter it on the same website.

If you look at your web browser address bar, you will notice that the website address is hxxp://homeindilworth.com/americanexpress/, instead of https://online.americanexpress.com/.

If you are ever asked to sign into your American Express account, always go to the following website address: https://online.americanexpress.com/

If you have already entered your credit card information on the phishing website, please contact your bank.

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