29. November 2018 08:19 by sircles
in Bitcoin Fraud, SPAM, Phishing
Phenomenal opportunity for you recipient! - Bitcoin Profit Spam Warning !!
The bitcoin criminals are out and about again this week telling you that you can retire with £250!!
These emails are preying on the truly desperate so beware you do not let your emotion guide you into losing everything with these types of people.
This email is full of positive colours and happy fonts but it is nothing more than a trap to take you to a Bitcoin trading conman site:
From: Nanette Fredrickson <email@example.com>
Sent: 28 November 2018 19:16
Subject: Phenomenal opportunity for you Support!
You have gained access to a brand new money-generating software.
It doesn't happen so often that "little people" like us have an opportunity to turn 250 £ into a solid retirement.
You do not need any investment experience.
All you have to do to get started is to enter your name and e-mail address on this page.
I activated my account yesterday morning and already made a profit of 6,019 £ (when I last checked it).
TECHNOLOGY OF THE XXI CENTURY
You received this message because you are a part of our customer mailing list.
You agreed to receive communications to - firstname.lastname@example.org - on 2/10/2018.
Your Email address has been entered from IP: 220.127.116.11
The 'here is your private link' actually points to: http://en.solidretirement.info/access/[string] where the string part encodes your email so that they can monitor who clicks their links and so they can make up a list of people to spam in future when they are shut down and made to get a new domain.
The link at solidretirement.info then sends you to http://en.bitcoin-profit.net (or es. or nl. or it. etc., depending on your country) where they will try and defraud you into purchasing false trading stock.
Please report both solidretirement.info and bitcoin-profit.net domains and websites as fraudulent and report these emails to your providers.
You can see how to report websites here: https://blog.sircles.net/page/reporting-a-scam-website-in-the-uk