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The "American Express Security Concern for your Profile" Phishing Scam
From: American Express [mailto:AmericanExpress@aemail.com]
Sent: Friday, October 19, 2018 9:37 AM
Subject: REMINDER- We've issued a security concern for your profile
We've issued a notification.
We are pleased to inform you on a timely security report for your American Express(R) profile. At the time of evaluating the report, We discovered issues on your profile.
In view of this, Cardmember information needs to be updated and your mandatory effort is required.
To continue, An attached Web Form is sent along this message.
Take a moment, download and complete this form.
Thanks for your Card Membership,
American Express Customer Care
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