Fake Email Message Reminders Requesting Outstanding or Overdue Money

Fake Email Message Reminders Requesting Outstanding or Overdue Money

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Scammers or cybercriminals are sending out fake email message reminders claiming that the recipients owe outstanding amounts of money or their account balances are overdue. The email messages below are samples of some of the fake email message reminders that are being sent by scammers or cybercriminals, to trick their potential victims into infecting their computers with viruses or spyware, by opening malicious attachments and visiting malicious websites. Potential victims may also be tricked into sending money, personal or financial information. Therefore, recipients of the fake email messages or similar ones, are asked NOT to respond to or follow the instructions in them.

The Fake Email Messages Requesting Outstanding or Overdue Money

From: Jan Quinn QuinnJan02@viettel .vn
Date: 29 April 2016 03:00:50 BST
To: "lauram7@sky.com" lauram7@ sky.com
Subject: RE: Outstanding Account

This is a reminder that your account balance of $7304.35 was overdue as of 28 April 2016. Enclosed is a statement of account for your reference.

Please arrange payment of this account today or, if you cannot make full payment at this time, please contact us to make a payment arrangement that is mutually acceptable.

Jan Quinn
Chief Executive Officer
Have a nice day

From: Elisabeth Mosley <MosleyElisabeth647@ plastimark.com.au>
Date: 29 April 2016 15:36:18 BST
To: "lauram7@sky.com" lauram7@ sky.com
Subject: Second Reminder - Unpaid Invoice

We wrote to you recently reminding you of the outstanding amount of $4568.93 for Invoice number #FC1014, but it appears to remain unpaid.

For details please check invoice attached to this mail

Elisabeth Mosley
Group CEO

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  • April 29, 2016 at 11:41 PM by info

    Received from an anonymous user via email:

    "I did not get an e-mail but I did get a phone call from number 415-363-0184. The caller said that she was Officer Nikki Johnson from the office of the Internal Revenue. She informed me that I had to go to court of get arrested if I did not pay what I owed the Internal Revenue Office.

    I asked her what she was talking about because that I know I owe money to the IRS but that I has asked to make payments and was waiting to hear from them. Shen then said that they had already tried to deliver two letters to me and that I had not responded so that if I did not pay it now I would get arrested. I then asked her what address did they try to deliver the letters and she responded by asking me for my address, I then told her that she should know what address they delivered it to. She then told me that she could prove that they delivered it because she had a picture of my front porch.

    I told her that I had not received any letters from the IRS. She then got a little frustrated and said that they had not gotten any response so that I would have to got to court or pay the money. I then asked her where and when I should show up for court and then she ignored my question and said that I should be at my home address because she was going to send someone to arrest me. I then hung up on her.

    There has been a message on my phone from the same woman several times after that saying exactly the same thing like it is a recording of some sort urging me to call back or actions will be taken against me. I have not returned any more call."


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Fake Email Message Reminders Requesting Outstanding or Overdue Money