"Renew your WhatsApp Messenger" Phishing Scams
Online users who have already been tricked by the phishing scam are asked to contact their banks and let them know that they were tricked in using their credit cards on a fraudulent website.
A Sample of the "Renew your Whatsapp Messenger" Phishing Scam
Date: 29 November 2016 at 07:24:19 GMT
Subject: Renew your WhatsApp Messenger
We detected irregular activity on your credit card. For Whatsapp
For your protection, we will limit it to your confirmation of the details.
Please use our Web site in order to catch up. I take this opportunity to introduce our company and our reserves
Renew your WhatsApp Messenger
The Fraudulent WhatsApp Website
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