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Spam Websites bvfteij.top and easehop.com

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Spam Websites bvfteij.top and easehop.com

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The websites bvfteij.top and easehop.com are being used by spammers, who are sending email spam to their potential victims with links to the same websites. Online users who have been taken to the websites are asked NOT to submit their personal and financial information on them. They should just exit the websites by closing tab the website is opened under.

Online users who have already submitted their financial information on the websites are asked to contact their banks for help. For those who have only submitted their personal information, are asked to be on the lookout for email scams requesting money or financial information.

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  • April 11, 2019 at 1:02 PM by an anonymous user from Bossier City, Louisiana, United States

    Received via text:

    Collection Invoice.

    [First Name] you forgot to take your purchase in our [my city] outlets. Please arrange a pickup date here http://rqquav.top/XXXXX

    remove

  • April 5, 2019 at 11:55 AM by an anonymous user from Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States

    Got this "[My First Name] Due to insufficient sum, your purchase is cancel and return to us. It is break apart and courier to you hxxp://mbscu.top / [Not including this part]".

    This link I opened up on rabb.it and it kept leading me to Newspaper articles like the NY Times, Times, BBC. I expanded the url and it had my phone number, my first and last name, where I currently am.

    remove

  • February 14, 2019 at 5:15 PM by info

    Received via email:

    "Text message I received from an unknown person:

    Came from a # 1-361-322-5190

    Receipt ID 2839. Amie This number is your receipt ID for the purchases. Please confirm it here http://qvbaeij.top"

    remove

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