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posted 5/3/2010 4:29:43 PM |
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I opened an email from SBC Customer Care service saying that due to a bunch of hog wash they were going to be cancelling accounts. Well as I proceeded to read they asked for email, password, date of birth and country or territory you live in. I'm thinking you've got to be outta your mind. You can keep it then. Well the more I thought about it I was curious. So I called SBC and yes they are aware of the bogus email and are trying to track it down. So please DON'T be spammed. NEVER NEVER give out your password to anything to anyone.

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May 3 @ 4:38PM  
Thanks for the warning, but who the hell is SBC?

May 3 @ 5:00PM  
Thanks for the warning, but who the hell is SBC

That's a phone company. In Michigan they are now At&T.

And as for the email scam...any company you do business with will NEVER send an email requesting account information, social security number this is all information they already have on record when you signed up for service. The only time they ask for it is when YOU, the customer, CALL them. Then they will have you give that info to confirm that you are indeed the account holder.

Just like the email going around that says it's from the FBI. The FBI will not email you if they have questions...they will knock on your door. Unfortunately...people do fall for these things.

May 3 @ 5:25PM  
there's more fuckin scams out there then you can shake a stick at ......glad ya figured it out ..i think they did it to me years ago ....don't use em now ....

May 3 @ 6:48PM  
I get those from Paypal all the time. If they ask for information it is a scam pure and simple. No bank or business will ever ask you for information in an e-mail.

May 3 @ 7:25PM  
I had someone Using "Yahoo" as the main line...asking for all that!!
Look at the Addy that sent it to you!!!
There are some Slick fuggers out there!

May 3 @ 8:09PM  
One smart cookie Ms. Lisa.

May 3 @ 8:18PM  
Thanks for sharing. It is important to get the word out. i check my mail and spam very carefully before I even open it. Your appreciated!

May 3 @ 8:55PM  
I got busted with the paypal scam for about 900 bucks a couple of months ago..
It took about a month to get my bank account straightened back out

May 4 @ 12:13AM  
Yeah, SBC will even tell you that they will never ask you for your password,but you can tell me it'll be okay. I won't tell anyone.

May 4 @ 8:46PM  
FYI....... When you get a letter from "yahoo" or "paypal" that does NOT seem legitimate, forward the letter to spoof@ (yahoo, or paypal,) or whoever it was SUPPOSED to be from. These companies have staff that are constantly on the search for scam artists and forwarding them the email (as opposed to just deleting it) lets them try to trace the ISP and possibly catch them.... or at least block them.

May 4 @ 9:13PM  
FYI....... When you get a letter from "yahoo" or "paypal" that does NOT seem legitimate, forward the letter to spoof@ (yahoo, or paypal
I did..and they said to be sure of "Who Sent the Email"...!! They are Right...!! We cant go by the Heading!!...Gotta look at who Really sent it!

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