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Latest Phishing News 30/01/2019

Latest Phishing News 30/01/2019

We have been informed about phishing emails that contains the content copied below. They were NOT sent by Virgin Media and should not be responded to. Do NOT visit the link included in the mails or respond.

Email 1
Your latest Virgin Media Bill cannot be processed


Dear [Email removed],

Your latest Virgin Media bill cannot be processed at this time. The billing details associated with your account have recently expired. Your service is scheduled for disconnection on:

01 February, 2019

Please click below to update your billing details now, so that we may retry the payment for your bill:

[Link Removed]


Kind regards,


The Virgin Media team

 

Email 2

Email account
[Email Server Name] Server Congestion

Dear [Email Removed]

[Email Server Name] sever is holding (5) incoming messages because your email [Email Removed] has not been verified. To continue using your account, please verify your email account below.
Review & Verify your account


Note: Move this message to your inbox folder if you are having a problem with the above link.

You may not be able to access your email if ignored, this process takes few minutes only.


Thank you,
[Email Server Name] Team

 

Email 3

(Action Required!)
Authenticate Your Account

 

Dear [Email Removed]

Your account has been suspected for unusual-activities and needs to be verified by [Email Removed] for validation.

Your security is presently under risk. Failure to validate may lead to loss of your mailbox and valuables.

We are not sure what may be the cause but our best guess is that you recently logged in from a new location or a browser that does not meet our validation requirements.

Click the below button to Verify.

VERIFY HERE


**You might receive a confirmation email**

This email was sent to [Email Removed]

Please ignore if this is not you.

[Email Server Name] Administrator

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