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You got invoice from DocuSign Service - SPAM WARNING !!!

14. February 2019 16:53 by sircles in SPAM, Spam List Building
You got invoice from DocuSign Service - SPAM WARNING !!!   Another Spam Docusign email from the

You got invoice from DocuSign Service - SPAM WARNING !!!

 

Another Spam Docusign email from the DocuSign Electronic Signature Service <docusign@srcpro.com> (at least in this case) has been doing the rounds. The email is another attempt to build spam lists to sell on to others by encoding your email address in a link and then pretending that the site is just a GoDaddy holding page.

This particular one is not terribly convincing:

 

From:                                                       DocuSign Electronic Signature  Service <docusign@srcpro.com>

Sent:                                                         14 February 2019 16:44

To:                                                            Recipient

Subject:                                                   You got invoice from DocuSign Service

 

 

 

 

 

 

DocuSign

Please review and sign the document.

 

Dear Recipient,

Please review this invoice
It is an electronically generated invoice.

 

This note holds a secure link to DocuSign. Do not show this access code with other people.

Other Signing Way
Visit DocuSign.com, click on 'Access Documents', and enter the code: C49BCABEF7

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 The 'View Document' link actually points to: http://wylieprecision.co?5eempI=encodedemailaddress which does go to show tha th e greed of the domain registraras is a huge factor in how some of these domains ever get registered - what would you want wylieprecision.co for under any circumstances anyway? 

Anyway please do not click the link and help them build their scrawny lists and report the source email as a spam source and the site as phishing to Google and MS please.

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