JMMB Security Alert - Fraudulent Email Message via Referral Key by Digicalporter Hosting

JMMB Security Alert - Fraudulent Email Message via Referral Key by Digicalporter Hosting

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Dear Valued Client, we are aware of a fraudulent email with the subject "The JMMB Group" in circulation. The email requests that you click on a link to "exchange referrals and to be added to a JMMB Group". Please do not click on this link as it was not sent by the JMMB Group. Please see example of fraudulent email below.

The Fraudulent JMMB Group Email Message

Hi Nicki - It's Digicalporter Hosting,

Hope all is well. I'd like to recommend clients to The JMMB Group so I've added you to my referral network. Simply click the link below and we can start exchanging referrals. Thanks!


Digicalporter Hosting
Digicalporter Hosting

http://www.referralkey.com/ accept.php?i=3529169403505 4771054f222 &t=1449986663

If you do not wish to receive this type of email, please click Unsubscribe.

This email was initiated by Digicalporter Hosting through Referral Key Inc. 20 Park Plaza, Suite 448 Boston, MA 02116, USA

At no time will the JMMB Group request that you be added to a third-party group or that you provide any sensitive information via email. If you have received this message and clicked on the link, please contact Client Care immediately at 876-998-5662 (JMMB).

Here are a few general security best practices to help protect your account from possible phishing activities:

  • If you believe any of your information has been compromised, please contact your branch immediately
  • Never confirm sensitive information via email
  • Use different passwords on different sites and systems
  • Ensure you have the latest anti-virus and security updates installed on your computer

For more information about online transactions security, you can log on to JMMB’s website at www.jmmb.com.

At JMMB, we continuously monitor and evaluate our system to ensure that we provide our clients with a safe and secure environment, to complete all transactions.

Note: Some of the names, addresses, email addresses, telephone numbers or other information in samples on this website may have been impersonated or spoofed.

Please share what you know or ask a question about this article by leaving a comment below. Also, check the comment section below for additional information, if there is any.

Remember to forward suspicious, malicious, or phishing email messages to us at the following email address: info@onlinethreatalerts.com

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JMMB Security Alert - Fraudulent Email Message via Referral Key by Digicalporter Hosting