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Beware of "Samsung S7 Test Unit Delivery Order Confirmation" Scam

2017-03-19T23:44:38 -  +
Beware of "Samsung S7 Test Unit Delivery Order Confirmation" Scam

The email message below, which claims that a confirmation for the recipients' Samsung S7 Test Unit is needed, is a scam. The link in the fake email message goes to phishing websites that steal personal and financial information, goes to spam websites that trick visitors into buying counterfeit or unwanted products, or goes to malicious websites that infect computers or mobile devices with viruses, spyware, ransomware or other malware.

Therefore, recipients of the “Samsung S7 Test Unit Delivery Order Confirmation” email message are asked to delete it and should not follow the instructions in it.

The Fake "Samsung S7 Test Unit Delivery Order Confirmation" Email

From: Samsung Test Panel [info@lizasaccounting.info]

Sent: 19 March 2017 18:19

Subject: Order Confirmation - Samsung S7 delivery

Dear,

Your order nr is: CHX-74647-PL

We need a confirmation that a Samsung S7 test unit can be delivered to you. The stock is extremely limited, and if you hesitate you will loose your place in the queue!

Kindly use your order nr (CHX-74647-PL) upon confirmation.

Click here to review your order - http://www.lizasaccounting .info/about2.php

Kind regards,

Parcel and shipping department.

Veronica Matthews

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  • Posted: Apr 9, 2017 at 9:44 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Wellington, New Zealand

    I am now receiving this email but in regard to the iPhone 7 same exact thread but haven't been able to locate the web address; why is it that they bother sending this crap if all they are doing is trying to rip people off.

    delete


  • Posted: Mar 20, 2017 at 8:46 AM by an anonymous user from or near: Endeavour Hills, Victoria, Australia

    This came in my SPAM yesterday:

    -- start of scam --
    "Order Confirmation - Approval of Samsung S7 delivery #CHX-74647-PL
    Samsung Test Panel AntanasKulakauskas@easy.com via mail123.atl161.mcsv.net

    Click here to review your order:

    Dear Melody Patterson
    Your order nr is: CHX-74647-PL

    We need a confirmation that a Samsung S7 test unit can be delivered to you. The stock is extremely limited, and if you hesitate you will loose your place in the queue!

    Kindly use your order nr (CHX-74647-PL) upon confirmation.

    Click here to review your order - http://www.blackdox .net/about.php

    Kind regards,
    Parcel and shipping department.
    Veronica Matthews"
    -- end of scam --

    delete


  • Posted: Mar 20, 2017 at 5:28 AM by an anonymous user from or near: Kendal, England, United Kingdom

    I'm getting several emails daily from this "info@lizasaccounting.info" - purporting be an (unpsecified) HR department, offering me a job; telling me I've won prizes; that they need to deliver a prize; that they want me to test drive Volvo cars; etc. It'#sdrivingme nuts. All require me to vlick on a link - which I have not done, of course. They also give the chance to 'unsubscribe' which I foolishly did the very fiurst time a message arrived. I presume this just confirms to them that my email address is live!

    delete


    • Posted: Mar 20, 2017 at 8:54 AM by an anonymous user from or near: Scarborough, England, United Kingdom

      Same here! And I think I clicked unsubscribe!

      delete


      • Posted: Mar 20, 2017 at 10:28 AM by info

        Do not click the links in the message. You will only be telling the scammers that your email address is active, they will continue to sending you more money.

        delete


    • Posted: Mar 20, 2017 at 6:27 AM by info

      Yes, that is what you have done. And, they will continue to send you more fraudulent emails. But, try flagging the email messages as spam, this may help.

      delete


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