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The "Test and Keep the New Samsung Galaxy S9" Scam

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The "Test and Keep the New Samsung Galaxy S9" Scam

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Online users who have received "Test and Keep the New Samsung Galaxy S9" spam emails like the one below, asking them to complete surveys and submit their information, are asked not to do so. This is because this is how scammers collect their potential victims' personal information and trick them into signing up for services that will continuously send them spam and other unwanted messages that attempt to trick them into buying services or products they do not want.

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The "Test and Keep the New Samsung Galaxy S9" Scam

Subject: Re: Product testers needed

Sent: Saturday, October 13, 2018, 7:17 AM

From : SamsungGalaxyS9 <run@onmicrosoft.com>

STOP SENDING EMAILS NOW!

Test and keep the new Samsung Galaxy S9

Testers Keepers

Test and keep the new Samsung Galaxy S9

we need you to review the new Samsung Galaxy S9 for us. APply today and let's get you on the raod to becoming one of the our product testers!

It's simple: apply, review and keep!

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  • Oct 21, 2018 at 12:09 PM by info

    Here is another scam:

    "From: Exchange@outlook.com <Exchange@outlook.com> on behalf of Samsung Galaxy S9 promotion <info.dq8i3v5@andio.selhifsha.com>
    Sent: Sunday, October 21, 2018 1:38:20 PM
    Subject: RE: Free Samsung Galaxy S9 for you to review"

    remove

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