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Wednesday, April 13, 2011

"Federal Reserve" scam loses grammar

A few days ago, I posted an email from “Ben Bernanke of the Federal Reserve” purporting to promise me millions in a phishing scheme.  While not really credible, it was at least grammatical.

http://mikekr.blogspot.com/2011/04/tax-season-phishing.html

 

But that didn’t last long. Here’s a similar phishing scheme I received last night, with complete loss of grammar.

 

It’s also interesting that the Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board would have an aol.com email address ;)

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Subject: PAYMENT NOTIFICATIONS

 

ATTENTION


CONTRACT FUNDS CREDIT FROM BANK FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD
We received an instructional letter to credit $10.5million to your account


 
We wish to let you know that all charges are waived for the success of this
contract funds to be credited into your account.


Your respond is required to enable us credit your account without any further
delay and you are also required to get back to us with the reconfirmation
of your banking particulars for we to know if what we have in file is correct and
to avoid crediting your funds to wrong account.


CONGRATULATION TO YOUR CONTRACT FUNDS.


Please be fast on this matter.


Thanks and God bless you.


Note:You are to contact Chairman Federal Reserve Board with this
email address: ….@aol.com


All replies must be sent to:(@aol.com)


Regards,