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Email Scam - Your ATM Card Is Ready/Reply Fast

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Email Scam - Your ATM Card Is Ready/Reply Fast

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If you receive the e-mail message below with the subject "YOUR ATM CARD IS READY/REPLY FAST," please do not reply with your information because this is a scam. It seems like these people are trying to gather information from their victims.

Here is a Copy of the Email:

From: webxx20202xx@att.net
Subject: YOUR ATM CARD IS READY/REPLY FAST

Reconfirm your Address,mobile for delivery of your fund $9.5m

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  • January 13, 2014 at 6:01 PM by an anonymous user from Providencia, Santiago Metropolitan, Chile

    Hello, I received this message today I decided to open it and download it. I work at IS (information systems) so I know how to act against viruses . This document came in ZIP format, then within this file , there is another ZIP file, which made me remember that autorun virus commonly come within several layers of zip or rar. Then draw two zip files, there was a document that in the icon says "read", I found it a way too obvious that it was an exe instead of a text document . When executed, the computer asked me if I wanted the " software " be executed. Look closely and this course file to "read " wanted to run the CMD ( comand prompt ), and then obviously a text file with an icon of MICROSOFT WORD will NEVER ask to run a command. So I did not execute it because It wanted to run a windows command very essential as WoW ( system abstraction for the backward compatibility of windows ). Possibly if you have already opened the "document to read" your computer is infected with viruses that will be looking for staff information recorded on your computer and adapting your windows system to implement this software.

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