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The message below is a standard type of “phishing” scam designed to steal your private account information. Scammers send messages like this randomly to thousands of people in tho hope that just a few will be tricked into responding. If you got this message and clicked the link it contained (deactivated here for safety) the scammer could have gotten access to your passwords and private email account.
Subject: Webmail Account Services
From: Webmail Account Services
Date: Wed, 4 Nov 2015
Hello Email User, We noticed a login to your Webmail account from an unrecognized device on Friday, August 28, 2015 4:07 PM GMT+1 from London, UK.Was this you? If so, please disregard the rest of this email. If this wasn’t you, please follow the links below to keep your E-Mail account safe and provide required information to keep your account ACTIVE. lick this link to verify your account okay: formcrafts.com [deactivated here for safety] Thanks, Webmail Account Services Please do not reply to this message. Mail sent to this address cannot be answered.
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