Did you ever get one of those emails from your bank warning you that your account had been suspended? Thankfully, they provide a convenient link for you to click and enter your login information to set everything right again. If it seems too threatening yet easy to fix, then it probably is!
Keep your data secure and don't click on the link!
I received one of these emails today, and I shared it with my reliable IT guy, Gary Moonan of Have Tex (www.havetex.com). Gary broke it down for me. See his response below…
Here's what it really says:
From: Chase <ChaseNotification@Secureserver.net <mailto:ChaseNotification@secureserver.net> > I believe this is a GoDaddy email
Date: November 18, 2014 at 6:22:14 AM EST
To: Undisclosed recipients:;
Subject: Chase online access temporarily disabled
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We are dedicated to providing you with a secure online environment. As part of Chase security measures we regularly screening the accounts in our system. We recently reviewed your account and we require additional verification.
This verification provides an extra level of security on your account. Verifying your details will only take few minutes. If you don't follow these instructions you may be liable for any loss arising from an unauthorized transaction.
Please, follow URL bellow and verify your account details.
Online verification process <http://disaXXXxxxXXX.ukzn.ac.za/libraries/phpgacl/gacl.html> ******* web site located in ZA(South Africa)
If you've forgotten your chase login information, you'll have the chance to retrieve it there.
Gary Moonan, Principal Technologist
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