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The "You’ve Been Chosen for Inclusion with Who’s Who" Scam

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The "You’ve Been Chosen for Inclusion with Who’s Who" Scam

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Scammers and spammers are now sending fake and phishing "You’ve Been Chosen for Inclusion with Who’s Who" email messages like the one below, which claim the recipients have been nominated for inclusion in the same network. The fake email messages have been created and are being sent by online scammers, to trick the recipients into sending them their personal information and subsequently, their money for a fake service.

The "You’ve Been Chosen for Inclusion with Who’s Who" Scam

From: Marissa Ross [mailto:Marissa.Ross@a3.booberrysoftware.com]

Sent: Friday, October 12, 2018 5:10 AM

Subject: You’ve Been Chosen for Inclusion with Who’s Who

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Dear Valued Candidate,

It's my pleasure to inform you that you have been nominated for inclusion in the 2018 Professional Who's Who Network. America’s most respected networking and personal branding organization.

Professional Who's Who members are among the country's most accomplished men and women in virtually every industry and profession. All members gain access to exclusive networking forums, personal branding tools, national business exposure and so much more...

There is No Cost To Be Included! Click here to learn more>>

Visit the link above to secure your place in our network. Join now and your profile will be highlighted among thousands of nearly 400,000 like-minded professionals across the country.

On behalf of our Committee I salute your achievements and welcome you to the Who's Who Community.

Click to Get Started >>

Sincerely,

Marissa Ross

Membership Coordinator

Professional Who’s Who

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  • December 3, 2018 at 11:07 AM by info

    The scammers are using this email address: Marissa.Ross@a4.vi2software.com

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  • October 25, 2018 at 12:30 PM by an anonymous user from Gulf Breeze, Florida, United States

    Anything from booberrysoftware.com is either a scam and/or spam. Hundreds and hundreds filtered per day.

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The "You’ve Been Chosen for Inclusion with Who’s Who" Scam