Cybercriminals are sending out fake Chase Account Limitation Notification Alert emails like the one below, therefore, Chase customers are asked not to click on the link in the fake emails. Instead, of clicking the link, Chase customers should go directly to Chase's website at www.chase.com and sign into their accounts, or use the Chase Bank app to check for notifications.
The Chase Account Limitation Notification Alert Scam
From: Chase firstname.lastname@example.org
Sent: Saturday, January 9, 2021, 10:37:38 AM EST
Subject: Alert: Account Limitation Notification
New Devices Sign in to
Your online bank account was just signed into from a new Window Devices
You are getting this email to make sure it was you.
Secure Your Account
You received this email to let you know about your important changes to your online Bank accounts and services.
If you have tricked by the Chase Account Limitation Notification Alert scam, please change your password and contact Chase for help.
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