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How Was Your Day Today - Please Find the File Document as Discussed Scam

2014-05-26T14:51:49  +
How Was Your Day Today - Please Find the File Document as Discussed Scam

The email message below: "How was your day today? Please find the File document as discussed in the following web link", is a fake and is malicious. Do not click on or follow the link in this email message, even if the email message appears as if it came from someone that you know or a legitimate organization. This email message was designed to steal your email account information, by tricking you into sending it to the scammers behind it.

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Here is the Phishing Email Message

Hello,

How was your day today? Please find the File document as discussed in the following web link I have edited it for your easy review.
hxxp://www.forum.ayata.gen .tr/styles/prosilver/ theme/images/remax/index.htm
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The link in this email message will take you to a phishing or fake website, and will ask you to enter your Hotmail, Live, AOL, Gmail or Yahoo account user name and password. Do not be fooled because the email message appeared as if it came from a friend, family or legitimate organization. An email address can be spoofed or altered to make the email message appeared as if it came from someone else.

The Phishing or Fake Website

Malicious website www.forum.ayata.gen .tr

If you enter your email account information on this phishing website, it will be sent to the cybercriminals behind this phishing scam.

If you have already entered your email account information on the phishing website, please change your password immediately.

This phishing scam is similar to: Windows Live Email Account has Exceeded it Storage Limit

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