"AOL Email Address Will Stop Working Unless you Switch to AOL OATH" Scam

AOL Email Address Will Stop Working Unless you Switch to AOL OATH Scam

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Cybercriminals are sending out fake AOL Oath email notifications to potential victims, in an attempt to trick them into clicking on malicious links in the same emails. The malicious links go to phishing websites that steal visitors' email or online account credentials, by tricking them into signing in.

A Fake AOL Oath Email Notification

From: AOL Mail Team <despacho_fiscal@prodigy.net.mx>

Sent: Mon, 9 Sep 2019 7:21

Subject: AOL

Important Information About Your AOL - Email Service


As you've used your email address in the last 90 days, we need to let you know about some changes we're making.

We're closing some of our older email services. That means your AOL email address will stop working after 14th September, 2019 unless you switch to AOL OATH. If you don't, you'll lose your email address as well as the folders and messages associated with it.

Please take some time to switch and agree to the new unified Terms of Service and Privacy Policy by clicking on the button below. .

Switch Here Now

What You Can Look Forward To

Protection against viruses, spam and other online threats

Technical support to help you when you need

Up to 11 email addresses for you and your family

Strong webmail Protection

We have designed these changes to help improve your experience with Oath and its brands. You are advised to switch to the new Terms of Service to confirm that you understand the new Privacy Policy.

Please note that although our services will continue to be available under the existing terms for now, you will eventually need to agree to the new Terms of Service and Privacy Policy in order to continue to use our services. If you have any questions or need additional help, please refer to this link

Thank you for your continued loyalty and support.

Best regards,


Verizon, AOL and Yahoo users who want to view the Oath's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy change, may view it at the following link, instead of clicking on links in an email message:

And, Verizon, AOL and Yahoo users who have already been tricked by the phishing email are asked to change their passwords before their accounts are hijacked and used fraudulently.

Note: Some of the names, addresses, email addresses, telephone numbers or other information in samples on this website may have been impersonated or spoofed.

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  • January 20, 2020 at 9:19 AM by an anonymous user from London, England, United Kingdom

    I received notification yesterday sent to my scam and not my aol.com in-box. I have tried to change to Oath but I cannot remember my AOL password as it comes up automatically. I gave the password which I changed to in 10.2.18. What else can I enter to be sure. I have changed over? I will make a new password if necessary.


    • February 11, 2020 at 9:35 AM by an anonymous user from London, England, United Kingdom

      Read the article, the email you received is a scam.


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"AOL Email Address Will Stop Working Unless you Switch to AOL OATH" Scam