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muttley383
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Email Scam

Post by muttley383 » Mon Feb 18, 2019 6:42 pm

Hi, today I received the below email message.
I assume it is some form of scam.


Dear craig,


We are deactivating all mailbox users that are still using the old Version of exemail.com.au Mailbox ,
And your email xxxxxxxx@exemail.com.au is still using old version,.
Tap below to verify your email and get a more organized mailbox to avoid deactivation.

Upgrade to the latest version




Regards.
exemail.com.au Mailbox Service®

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KavindaS
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Re: Email Scam

Post by KavindaS » Mon Feb 18, 2019 7:43 pm

muttley383 wrote:
Mon Feb 18, 2019 6:42 pm
Hi, today I received the below email message.
I assume it is some form of scam.

Dear craig,

We are deactivating all mailbox users that are still using the old Version of exemail.com.au Mailbox ,
And your email xxxxxxxx@exemail.com.au is still using old version,.
Tap below to verify your email and get a more organized mailbox to avoid deactivation.

Upgrade to the latest version


Regards.
exemail.com.au Mailbox Service®

Support © 2018
Hi Craig,

Welcome to the Exetel Forum :)

The email you received appears to be a phishing scam and has not been sent by Exetel.

Please mark it as spam and delete the message any attachments.

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