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Very bad effort by someone trying to steal your Citi Bank information... but still watch out

Frosty3799

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e-mail I received:

Dear CitibankOnline Client,

This message was sentt by the Citibank-Online servers to veerify your email
adress. You must cpmtolee this posrecs by clicking on the link
below and enntering in the litle window your Citibank ATM
full Card nummber and card pin that you use on ATM.
That is done for your prtecotion -L- becaurse some of our members no
lnegor have acecss to their email addessres and we must verify it.

To veerify your e-mail adderss and akcess your Citi-Bank account, clic on
the link beloow. If nothing happnes when you klick on the link -T coppy
and pastte the link into the address bar of your web broswer.

http://www.citibank.com/?MaRQWPynXtV4NmeeduMffzhzE5C0vzUiILaFDT4Bc0F1nUfBo3

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Thank you for using Citibank-Online!
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This automatic email snet to: ***********@yahoo.com
Do not rpely to this email.

QEC8ehePhJoc38YdNCWT
the link hidden inside the supposed citibank link:

http://www.citi-card.com:ver-gCUyldX3LYHq7Ux6kqao@us09jmfdq.da.ru/?Ofy2JK1j5N2kpWU


Just a heads up, though I doubt anyone would be stupid enough to do this.

Josh
 

Anubis

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Aug 31, 2001
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if someone is gonna scam you. you would think they would spell check the email
 

woodie1

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I got one of those the other day but with different words spelled wrong. Went to the site and entered a random account number and PIN...hope they have fun.
 

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