Chase Online Banking Alert - Phishing Scam
- Created on Tuesday, 02 April 2013 12:57
- Last Updated on Friday, 11 October 2013 06:15
A phishing scam email has link to well-made fake Chase Bank login website to harvest logins.
Email claims that due to recent activity on your account they have issued security requirements.
Subject: Chase Online Banking Alert
Dear valued Chase Customer,
Due to recent activity on your account, we have issued the
following security requirements.
For your security, we have temporarily prevented access to
your account. Chase safeguards your account when there is a
possibility that someone other than you tried to sign on.
You may be getting this message because you signed in from
a different location or device. If this is the case, your
access may be restored when you return to your normal sign
on method. For immediate access, you are required to follow
the link below to secure your personal account informations.
Once you have updated your account records, your Chase account
transactions will not be interupted and will continue as normal.
To update your billing records please proceed to our secure
webform by click here.
We are committed to serving you better.
Thank you for your time
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Headers: Has spoofing for chase-online.com
Received: from parkvet.net (23-31-42-57-static.hfc.comcastbusiness.net [220.127.116.11]) X-Barracuda-Envelope-From: Chase @alerts.Chase-online.com Reply-To: <Chase @alerts.Chase-online.com> From: "Chase"<Chase @alerts.Chase-online.com>
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