Warning - bogus e-mails are around again.

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ScottH2155
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Warning - bogus e-mails are around again.

Post by ScottH2155 » Wed May 09, 2012 9:07 pm

Hi Exetel folks,

Be aware dodgy e-mails are around again....this time:

We are currently Upgrading our data base and e-mail account
center to classic webmail server. We are deleting all unused
email account to create more space for new accounts.

To prevent your account from closing please Click the link
below for update and to migrate to new server

<bogus link here>

Warning!!! Email account owner that refuses to update his or
her Account will lose it account permanently.


At the risk of stating the obvious, don't be clicking them links....

rukshani
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Re: Warning - bogus e-mails are around again.

Post by rukshani » Thu May 10, 2012 2:05 pm

ScottH2155 wrote:Hi Exetel folks,

Be aware dodgy e-mails are around again....this time:

We are currently Upgrading our data base and e-mail account
center to classic webmail server. We are deleting all unused
email account to create more space for new accounts.

To prevent your account from closing please Click the link
below for update and to migrate to new server

<bogus link here>

Warning!!! Email account owner that refuses to update his or
her Account will lose it account permanently.


At the risk of stating the obvious, don't be clicking them links....
Thank you for bringing this to our attention, however Exetel has identified this and what we would request of you is to not reply to emails of this sort, as we will not ever request for login credentials from customers.

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