Beware of "Email Box Is fillied Increase Within 72 Hours" Phishing Email Scam
Dec 14, 2015
The email message below: "Email Box Is fillied Increase Within 72 Hours," which is filled with bad grammar, is another fake and a phishing scam. The email message was sent by cyber-criminals and not by the recipients' email providers. The fake email message was created to trick the recipients into clicking on the link within it in order to take them to a fake or phishing website (www.visibilityz.com), designed to steal their email accounts' username and password, which they (cyber-criminals) will use to hijack their accounts.
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The Phishing Email Message
Subject: Email Box Is fillied Increase Within 72 Hours
Your account will be Disable after 72 hours ,ensure to upgrade Immediately to increase your email storage capacity
We noticed your e-mail account has almost exceed it's limit. And you may not be ale to send or receive messages any moment from now
Your E-mail Account will be DISABLED if you fail to increase Storage capacity Kindly Click here to increase your storage capacity by 20.00GB Free..
Click here to add up free 20GB storage.
You are at risk of losing your E-mail account
if action is not taken upon receipt of this notice.
Until after proper verification before you can access your E-mail Account Again....!!! this is the why you dont receive 46% of your mails from other servers
Domain Security 2015/2016.
The email message claims that the recipients' mailbox are almost full and they need to click on a link in order to increase their storage capacity, or else their email accounts will be disabled . But, clicking on the link in the email message, will only take you to a fake or phishing website that will ask you to sign-in with your email username and password, which will be sent to the cyber-criminals behind the scam.
Once they have your email account credentials, they use it to hijack your account and use it for fraudulent purposes. This includes using your email address to send spam or malicious email messages.
If you have already followed the instructions in the email message and have entered your email account user name and password on the fake website, please change your email account's password immediately.
To avoid getting tricked by these phishing scams, never click on a link in an email message to sign into your account. Always go to your email account sign-in page and sign into your account from there.
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