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Facebook Administration Sent You a Notification Phishing Scam

If you receive the e-mail message below which appears as if came from Facebook.com with the subject "You have 1 personal notification from Facebook Administration", please delete it. The e-mail is not from Facebook and is a Phishing scam.
Facebook Administration Sent You a Notification Phishing Scam
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Facebook Administration Sent You a Notification Phishing Scam


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Facebook Administration Sent You a Notification Phishing Scam

If you receive the e-mail message below which appears as if came from Facebook.com with the subject "You have 1 personal notification from Facebook Administration", please delete it. The e-mail is not from Facebook and is a Phishing scam.

Please continue reading below.

If you hover over the links (DO NOT click) in the message, you will notice that they do not go to or point to facebook.com but instead, to this malicious website: http:// 163.30.187.1/~wh610/ datamedia.html ?fb=jfd6

The Phishing E-mail Message Scam

Facebook Administration Sent You a Notification Phishing Scam Email

From: Facebook Administration <fono@puc-campinas.edu.br>
Date: February 20, 2013, 4:29:05 AM CST
To:

Subject: You have 1 personal notification from Facebook Administration

Facebook Administration sent you a notification. There are a total of 1 messages awaiting your response.

* If the link above doesn't work, please mark the email as "Not Spam" and open it from within your Inbox.

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This message was sent to ***.

If you don't want to receive these emails from Facebook in the future, please click: unsubscribe. Facebook, Inc. Attention: Department 415 P.O Box 10005 Palo Alto CA 94303

If you receive any e-mail notification from Facebook.com, instead of clicking on any of the links in it, sign into your Facebook account by going to www.facebook.com in your web browser and view your notifications from within your Facebook account.

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