From: WellsFargo Online Banking <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: email address (how dare they use my email for that..)
Sent: Tuesday, January 27, 2009 2:28:39 PM
Subject: Important Update From WellsFargo Online Banking
As a valued Wellsfargo Bank Customer,
the security of your
identity and personal account information is extremely important.
We are installing enhanced online security as an additional way
of protecting your Wellsfargo access.
Click logon to confirm your identity.
(note from TechMama – DON’T LOGON!!!) THE LOGON IS FAKE $#&!@ “PHISHING URL” , THE SIGNON REALLY GOES TO:
So just looking at the URL shows that the email is a phisher – scatdealer.com is not Wells Fargo.com… Infact, anything that starts with “scat” is probably not a website you want to go to. By just running my pointer over the word “logon” I saw the URL without clicking…
Here is the last line of the email:
FAILURE TO CONFIRM LEAVES YOUR ACCOUNT VULNERABLE !
(note from TechMama – You are vulnerable if you log on and fall for the scam..)