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Discussion in 'General Casino Affiliate Area' started by CygX1, Mar 8, 2014.
Just fyi... This scam email came in yesterday and redirects to Netuller.com:
You should report/forward it to here firstname.lastname@example.org
We did that once, and our Neteller account was locked immediatly for security reasons
We forwarded them a phishing email, and even let them know that we did not click anything, we just want to let them know about this phishing email.
Still they locked our Neteller account, we had to request a phone call and answer all kind of questions...
Will never again forward phishing emails to neteller
I get phishing e-mails all the time - every day: Banks, e-bay, PayPal, Skrill, Neteller... you name it, I get them. (Some pretty convincing!)
No point reporting it, as I don't think there's anything the genuine companies can do to stop it.
NEVER ever click on a link in ANY banking e-mail - even if you are 99% sure it is genuine - always go direct to the site using it's URL.
The email and the landing page looked quite well indeed this time but the website was already marked as a phishing scam by Google. Nevertheless, it was a unique scamming approach and I thought to post it for that reason. Neteller themselves already lost my trust anyway.
Just received another one of these straight to my hotmail inbox (not filtered by junk filter). The messages are sent from "email@example.com" which is probably the reason why it doesn't end up in spam. This time the wording was a lot worse than last time though:
And another, similar version today...
Completely agree... Very good advise that can save you weeks, months or years of headaches.