Windows 10: e-mail scam

Discus and support e-mail scam in AntiVirus, Firewalls and System Security to solve the problem; I just need an e-mail address so I can send the scam mail I get. I'm sure Microsoft would like to know whos trying to bug there clients. This way... Discussion in 'AntiVirus, Firewalls and System Security' started by cashblugarrett, Aug 8, 2019.

  1. e-mail scam


    I just need an e-mail address so I can send the scam mail I get.

    I'm sure Microsoft would like to know whos trying to bug there clients.

    This way when I get a bad e-mail I can forward to MSN for you to take whatever action you need to

    take to eradicate these crooks.

    An MSN subscriber for 15 to 20 years.

    :)
     
    cashblugarrett, Aug 8, 2019
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  2. Newegg Win User

    NewEgg Scam E-Mails

    Newegg.com just became aware of a phishing e-mail scam disguised as an order confirmation e-mail. Newegg takes the security of customer information extremely seriously and wants to assure you these phishing e-mails are in no way affiliated with or originating from Newegg. We have taken immediate steps to verify no customer data has been breached and to inform the proper authorities. Rest assured your information is safe with us.



    If you have received a suspect email, we strongly advise that you DO NOT respond, download or click any of the links on the e-mail. Please refer to our FAQ page for tips on how to identify and protect yourself against such attacks in the future:



    Should you have any further questions or concerns do not hesitate to contact me at L: Maverick.B.Iniguez@newegg.com or call me at 1800-390-1119 ext 25062.

    Thank you.

    Newegg.com
     
    Newegg, Aug 8, 2019
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  3. Kreij Win User
    NewEgg Scam E-Mails

    A couple of people here at work received e-mails "from" NewEgg saying that their order had been successfully charged to their Visa card.

    These are not originating from NewEgg. It's some kind of scam, but the e-mails look exactly like a NewEgg order confirmation.

    Just a heads-up, as a lot of us use the 'Egg to get our parts.
     
    Kreij, Aug 8, 2019
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  4. Le Boule Win User

    e-mail scam

    Scam?

    Yes, it's a scam.

    Suggest you delete the e-mail.
     
    Le Boule, Aug 8, 2019
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