Dream Christmas Promotion - Samsung & Cielo Phishing Scam
Dec 22, 2013
The Samsung & Cielo Dream Christmas promotion below is a phishing scam designed to steal your personal and credit card information. The scam works by sending a fake promotional email message to potential victims, claiming that they can win instant prizes if they click the link in the email message to register.
Please continue reading below.
The "Dream Christmas Promotion - Samsung & Cielo" Phishing Email Scam
Subject: Dream Christmas Promotion - Samsung & Cielo provide what's best for your New Year!
Can not see? Get access to the promotion link: hxxp://samsungecielo.org/SBN2013.html
Realize his dream of Christmas is easier than you think!
This Christmas Samsung in partnership with Cielo offers a complete line of products for gift the whole family.
And what's best: Purchases made through Cielo Machines, will also give you chances of entering the Promotion Christmas Dream and win many instant prizes plus a chance at 10 kits per week!
Register now on promotion and have a Christmas as you've always dreamed of.
The Email message in Portuguese, its original form.
Não consegue visualizar? Tenha acesso a promoção pelo link:
Realizar seu sonho de Natal é mais fácil
do que você imagina!
Nesse Natal a Samsung em parceria com a Cielo disponibiliza uma linha completa de produtos para presentear a família inteira.
E o que é melhor: compras feitas através das Máquinas Cielo, também te darão chances de participar da Promoção Sonho de Natal e ganhar muitos prêmios instantâneos além de concorrer a 10 kits por semana!
Cadastre-se agora mesmo na Promoção e tenha um Natal
como você sempre sonhou.
This is a bogus promotion designed to steal your information. The email message was not sent by Samsung or Cielo although it may appear that way. If you click the links in this email message you will be taken to the malicious website below:
You will be asked to "Register", a trick to steal your personal and credit card information.
Do not enter your personal or credit card information on the registration page, because this information will only be sent to the scammers behind this bogus email message and website.
If you were trick into submitting your credit card information, please contact your bank immediately.
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