"Facebook Account Recovery Code" Scam

Facebook Account Recovery Code Scam

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Facebook users who have received the fake "Facebook Account Recovery Code" message below, which claims Facebook received a request to reset their password, is a phishing scam. If they did not make a Facebook password request and receive an email claiming you have done so, delete it. And, do not click the links in the email or follow the instructions in it.

A "Facebook Account Recovery Code" Scam

From: Facebook

Date: October 10, 2019 at 1:40:51 AM PDT

Subject: 5***88 is your Facebook account recovery code

Reply-To: us@lolaca.club, reach@lolaa.site, rex@contacthouse.website


We received a request to reset your Facebook password.Enter the reset code from the following password :5***88

If it was not you, please let us know:

Not my request

You did not ask for this change??

If you have not asked for new password, please let us know

Facebook users who have been tricked by the "Facebook Account Recovery Code" scam, they are asked to change their passwords immediately.

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  • April 23, 2020 at 6:18 AM by an anonymous user from: Ashburn, Virginia, United States

    Just got this facebook account phish e-mail (password change) and fell for it. Thought I maybe requested e-mail address change prior day. since email is still my old one.

    Running malwarebytes to try to remove anything left behind. Suspecting the got my real facebook info, at least.

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