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Fake or Phishing AT&T Website - www.myblue100.com

2015-04-08T20:43:22 -  +
Fake or Phishing  AT&T Website - www.myblue100.com

The website: myblue100.com is a fake and was designed to steal AT&T customers' user name and password. AT&T customers are receiving automated phone recordings and SMS text messages stating that they should go to the fake website in order to receive some form of discount. But, ATT customers who attempt to sign into the fake website with their AT&T user names and passwords will have it stolen by the cyber-criminals who have created the fake ATT website.

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The fake website myblue100.com, looks exactly like the legitimate ATT website: http://www.att.com/.

Whatever you do, do not enter your AT&T sign in or login information on the phishing website.

If ATT customers attempt to sign-in to the fake website by entering your userID / cellphone number and password, it will be sent to the scammers behind the bogus website. With their sign-in information, cyber-criminals will be able to gain access to their accounts.

With access to their accounts, they (cyber-criminals) may deactivate the customers' devices, add their own and rack up international calls and internet usage. They may also steal their identity.

ATT customers who were tricked into entering their sign-in information on the fake and malicious website are asked to change their passwords. If they are unable to change their passwords, they are asked to contact AT&T by telephone.

Scammers will be creating more bogus websites and phone recordings to lure persons into their traps. If ATT customers receive any e-mails, text messages, or phone calls claiming that they have won something and that they need to go to a particular website in order to claim their prizes, are asked to contact AT&T to verify the promotion.

The bogus website is similar to:

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  • Posted: Apr 10, 2015 12:06 AM by an anonymous user from or near: Houston, Texas, United States

    I received one of these text messages and clicked on the link just to see where it would take me, it took me to a website looking exactly like AT&T's homepage but if you notice, none of the links are clickable.

    You will notice that the fonts is offered asked for your password and username.

    Something is too good to be true in most likely is, so don't just jump the gun and enter all your information, just don't do it. I hope no one actually fell for this stupid s$@&?! 😤

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