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Your credit card account was charged at Apple Store for $2,526.87 SPAM credit-based $1,812.67 SPAM

12. September 2018 06:53 by sirclesadmin in
 Your credit card account was charged at Apple Store for $2,526.87 SPAM credit-based $1,812.67

 Your credit card account was charged at Apple Store for $2,526.87 SPAM credit-based $1,812.67 SPAM

 

Watch out for this email and it's variants this week.

  

U.S. Bank

 From:                                                       U.S. Bank Online   <usbank@rlvgcpa.com>

Sent:                                                         Tuesday, September 11, 2018 5:49 PM

To:                                                            Accounts Team

Subject:                                                   U.S. Bank Alert

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U.S. Bank?

Your credit card account was charged at Apple Store for $2,526.87.

Please don't respond to this letter. If you want to contact us, please log in to U.S. Bank On-line Banking at usbank.com and contact Customer Service.

You're getting this e-mail because you signed up for alerts via U.S. Bank Banking. If you do not want to receive these alerts, log in to U.S. Bank Online Banking at usbank.com to deactivate or permanently erase this alert.

Get Your Receipt Here

U.S. Bank Online Banking

 

 

Protecting your personal privacy is our priority. We'll never initiate a demand through e-mail for your sensitive info such as your Personal ID, SSN, PIN or Account Phone number. For your safety, never discuss this info with anyone. If you get an email requesting your sensitive info, or feel the need to report a shady e-mail, send it to fraud_help@usbank.com or contact U.S. Bank Customer Service right away at 800-872-2657.

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U.S. Bank

 

 

From:                                                       U.S. Bank Online Banking  <usbank@rlvgcpa.com>

Sent:                                                         Tuesday, September 11, 2018 5:43 PM

To:                                                            Accounts Team

Subject:                                                   U.S. Bank Notification

 

See this e mail as a Website page. View our Safety Policies.

U.S. Bank?

Your credit-based card was charged at Apple Store for $1,812.67.

Please don't reply to this letter. If you would like to contact us, please log in to U.S. Bank Online at usbank.com and send a message to Customer Service.

You are receiving this e mail because you registered for alerts through U.S. Bank Online Banking. If you do not wish to receive this alert, sign in to U.S. Bank Online at usbank.com to temporarily deactivate or permanently remove this alert.

View Your Receipt Here

U.S. Bank Online

 

 

Protecting your personal privacy is our priority. We'll never initiate a demand through e-mail for your sensitive info such as your Personal ID, SSN, PIN or Account Phone number. For your safety, never discuss this info with anyone. If you get an email requesting your sensitive info, or feel the need to report a shady e-mail, send it to fraud_help@usbank.com  or contact U.S. Bank Customer Service right away at 800-872-2657.

Get more information about recognizing on-line scam issues.

Find us on:

Facebook

Twitter

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Branch Locator

usbank.com

800 US BANKS (872-2657)

U.S. Bank Mobile

 

 

In the email the 'Get Your Receipt Here' link points to: 

http://propertyshore.com?3Vy0T=QIUBNYQASHUBQYUDP

In the second email the link points to:

http://jeffbigcountrycaldwell.co?2iO=QIUBNYQASHUBQYUDP

The second link is already broken but the first simply downloads a Microsoft Word document that will be full of macros. 

Mark both of these emails as spam if received.

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