"E-mail Sync for your E-mailbox has Failed" Phishing Scams

There are fake "E-mail Sync for your E-mailbox has failed" emails like the sample below, which are being sent by cybercriminals. The links in the fake emails go to a fake or phishing website that will steal visitors' email account username and password.

E-mail Sync for your E-mailbox has Failed Phishing Scams

A "E-mail Sync for your E-mailbox has Failed" Email

Subject: You have [11] Incoming messages - ( 0%0 )

E-mail Sync Failure.

E-mail Sync for your E-mailbox has failed and you have [11] pending messages on the mail queue.

Follow the steps below to download pending emails and continue to receive emails on your account.

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Note:This system notification isn't an email message and you can'treply to it..

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Online users who have been tricked by the phishing email are asked to change their password immediately before their email accounts are hijacked and used maliciously.

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"E-mail Sync for your E-mailbox has Failed" Phishing Scams