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The "American Express Notice Concerning your Account" Phishing Scam

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The "American Express Notice Concerning your Account" Phishing Scam

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American Express users, the "Notice Concerning your Account" email below is being sent by cybercriminals to potential victims, with an attached form or HTML Webpage requesting personal and financial information. American Express will never send their users an email message with an attached form or HTML Webpage requesting personal, financial or account information. Therefore, American Express users are asked to delete email messages with an attached form or HTML Webpage requesting the same information.

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Also, they should not follow the instructions in the phishing email messages, and if they are in doubt or uncertain about an email message that they have received, they should contact American Express Customer Support for help verifying the email message authenticity.

The "American Express Notice Concerning your Account" Phishing Scam

Subject: Reminder - Notice concerning your Account

Date: 03/27/19 07:28:26 AM

From: "American Express" <AmericanExpress@dccnotify.com>

To: americanexpress@dccnotify.com

TestedServe

In regards to You,

Account®

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GrowthServe

As part of our regular online servcie platform security fixes.

Unusual concern is being generated on your profile at the completion of this recent update.

We advise that you complete this validation task by confirming what is on record with us.

| WHAT TO DO |

See attached for web form.

Take a moment to download and complete this form.

Thanks for your continued Membership

American Express Online Team.

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  • Apr 7, 2019 at 5:18 AM by an anonymous user from Livonia, Michigan, United States

    I got one of these on April 2. I don't have an AmEx account. What bullsh**t!

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  • Apr 2, 2019 at 9:37 PM by an anonymous user from Brooklyn, New York, United States

    I just got this email on 03/29. I thought it was legit at first but then I went to my account online and couldn't find any info referencing the email. That's when I realized it was sketchy and a scam.

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  • Apr 1, 2019 at 10:25 AM by an anonymous user from St Louis, Missouri, United States

    The attached form should be a big red flag, it asks for all account information before submitting, and a competent browser will warn you that it's submitting the information to a third party.

    I reviewed the form and it's passing through the hosting service "unified layer". I've notified their abuse account.

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  • Mar 31, 2019 at 9:19 PM by an anonymous user from Olathe, Kansas, United States

    Got the email and funny part is I do not even have an AMEX account!

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  • Mar 31, 2019 at 5:40 PM by an anonymous user from St Louis, Missouri, United States

    I got this email today. It was not from Amex so I knew it was a scam

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  • Mar 30, 2019 at 2:20 PM by an anonymous user from San Antonio, Texas, United States

    Just received one.. return address says "dccnotify." forwarding

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  • Mar 30, 2019 at 10:31 AM by an anonymous user from Chino, California, United States

    I am in Southern California. I just got this spoof email and called American Express to notify them. I forwarded all the info to them. All of the links, on the attachment, go nowhere. They are just for show on the document and are not connected to anything. Don't be fooled.

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