Fraudulent Email - "Remittance EuroControl Slip" From Fake Website - www.eurocontrolin.net
Apr 18, 2016
The email message below with the subject: "Remittance EuroControl Slip," which is demanding confirmation and proof of settlement of bills and invoices for charges related to EuroControl, is fraudulent. The fraudulent email message was NOT sent by EuroControl, but by scammers from the fake EuroControl website located at: www.eurocontrolin.net. The aim of the scammers behind the fake email is to attempt to trick the recipients into sending them money and personal information, therefore, recipients of the fraudulent email message should delete it and not follow the instructions into it.
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The legitimate EuroControl website is located at: www.eurocontrol.int.
The Fraudulent EuroControl Email Message
From: asistent (lina.kurachenko@ eurocontrolin.net)
Subject: Remittance eurocontrol slip
The Manager Accounts Payable Controller,
Eurocontrol demands for swift confirmation and proof of settlement of bills and invoices to the Central Routes Charges Office OF EUROCONTROL. The invoices are with regards to Air navigation, En route and terminal charges, for the months of January, February and March 2016 invoices. We kindly request that you forward the copies of these proofs of payment for verification and updates, and also to enable us updates all records in preparation for the usual quarterly audit of accounts. This is required for reconciliation purpose.
We also wish to use this medium to inform you of the change in our accounts detail. Once again we cannot receive payments on the accounts stated on the invoice send to you due to the logistics problem with our bank currently. The new banking details will be forwarded to your notification as soon as possible, preceding to the subsequent payment run. We regret all inconveniences and plead that you bear with us.
Thanks once again for your understanding and cooperation.
Thank you and best regards,
COLLECTION OF CHARGES
Rue de la Fusee 96
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