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You got notification from DocuSign Service - Spam Warning!!

3. April 2019 10:04 by sircles in SPAM, Spam List Building
You got notification from DocuSign Service - Spam Warning!! We have seen this spam email this week:

You got notification from DocuSign Service - Spam Warning!!

We have seen this spam email this week:

 

 

 

From:                                                       DocuSign Signature and Invoice <docusign@milaromanoff.com>

Sent:                                                         Tuesday, April 2, 2019 6:28 PM

To:                                                            Support

Subject:                                                   You got notification from DocuSign Service

 

 

 

 

 

 

DocuSign

Please review and sign this invoice.

 

Dear Recipient,

Please review this invoice
It is an electronically created notice.

 

This message keeps a secure information. Please do not share this code with anybody.

Other Signing Method
Visit DocuSign, click 'Access Documents', and enter the code: C1AE6A9E17

About DocuSign
Sign invoice in just few clicks. It's secure. If you're at work, home or even across the globe -- DocuSign gives a professional solution for Digital Operations Management.

Have questions regarding the document?
If you need to modify the document or have inquiries , contact the sender directly.

If you cannot sign the document, please see the Help page on our Webpage .
 

 

 

This is an email click logging system where the SQVVXUNZCzSzPAXOIKUwAVmBQPNSUVRP3LY2SC is an encoded version of your email address and so allows the sender to build a list of people that answer their email and sell it on. In this case each character is just transposed in the ASCII series so the number of characters in the string is identical to your email address.
 
The website it takes you to just shows the godaddy page to pretend nothing has happened, but you will receive more advertising spam after seeing it...
 
Report the originating address and the website as fraudulent..
 

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