DECEMBER 11, 2014 | BY CHRISTOPHER BOYD
From the spam traps: a fake Chase Bank “Security Warning” email, claiming to have noticed something peculiar going on with your account.
The mail reads as follows:
SECURITY MESSAGE - Irregular Activities On Your Account Dear Chase Online Customer, We're currently upgrading our systems to bring enhanced features to your Online Banking experience. As a result, your account is temporarily unavailable. Please download the file attached and upgrade your account to our new Online Banking system. Note: fail to upgrade your account, it will be automatically closed. After this step, you are permitted to access your Online Banking System. Sincerely, Customer Service Team. E-mail Security Information E-mail intended for your account suspicious. Note: If you fail to verify your account, it will be automatically closed. After this step, you are permitted to access your Online Banking System. ABOUT THIS MESSAGE: This service message was delivered to you as a Chase Bank customer to provide you with account verification needed. If you want to contact Chase, please do not reply to this message. For faster verification update, please download and verify your account. Replies to this message will not be read or responded to. More HERE