You have received efax Message: Spam warning
This email is impersonating eFax by using links back to the eFax images and website, but it is a very low-fi spam attempt. 'You have received fax message' sounds like someone did not quite know how to translate the sentence, when you would've thought that they would just use the text from a real eFax message.
The email in this case has arrived from email@example.com which is obviously a giveaway :
From: eFax j2 Global <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, October 1, 2018 4:42 PM
Subject: You have received efax Message
Fax Message Caller-ID: 8046 545 7372,
You've received a 3 page fax at 10-01-2018 03:24:57 GMT.
*Your reference # for this fax is dk7_dtd24-48654058334483-5433851-55.
Visit www.efax.com/efax-help-center if you have any questions regarding this notification.
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eFax is a registered trademark of j2 Global, Inc.
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The 'get fax' link (rather an unfortunate phrase) actually points to: http://pitchbrooklyn.com?5j8ti=QIUHD4987H3FUDP which is actually not working currently, probably because the spam is already a day old.