Phishy goings on as a fake Amazon support mail asks potential victims for address info and payment details. There are enough clues that something might not be right, and we take closer look at what the scammers are up to.
Gaming voice comms are being used as bait by scammers wanting to get their hands on your gaming accounts. The more common tactic of using fake games community profiles is put on hold here as fresh new tactics are deployed – will it be enough to entice gamers wanting an advantage in their teamwork?
From the spam traps: a fake Chase Bank “Security Warning” email, claiming to have noticed something peculiar going on with your account. The mail reads as follows: SECURITY MESSAGE – Irregular Activities On Your Account Dear Chase Online Customer, We’re currently upgrading our systems to bring enhanced features to your Online Banking experience. As a […]