FAKE EMAILS FROM WAMU / CHASE Users Read this!!?
If you get this email: > Chase logo
> Chase Bank Online® Department Notice
> You have received this email because you or someone had used your account from different locations.
> For security purpose, we are required to open an investigation into this matter.
> In order to safeguard your account, we require that you confirm your banking details.
> To help speed up this process, please access the following link so we can complete the verification of
> your Chase Online® Banking Account registration information :
> To get started, please click the link below:
> Please Note:
> If we do no receive the appropriate account verification within 48 hours, then we will assume this Chase Bank account is fraudulent and will be suspended. The purpose of this verification is to ensure that your bank account has not been fraudulently used and to combat the fraud from our community.
> Chase Bank - Chase Online® Banking Department
Securities (including mutual funds and variable life insurance), annuities and insurance products are not bank deposits and are not insured by the FDIC or any other agency of the United States, nor are they obligations of, nor insured or guaranteed by, JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A., CISC, CIA, CMIA or their affiliates. Securities (including mutual funds and variable life insurance) and annuities involve investment risks, including the possible loss of value.
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Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org - this is a fake email coming from France, if you have entered your information please call WAMU / Chase Immediately!!
- Jake P [UK]Lv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
Yes, never believe any of these unsolicited emails you receive, no legit email would require you to enter such delicate information, and without any identification that the email is legit.
Whenever you receive emails claiming you have won something, your account has been hacked and you need to verify its your account via giving account details/bank details etc.....They are a scam.
The only people that win, are the thieves, that just acquired very delicate information which could be used in a harmful way which could damage your well being.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
If you have an internet banking account, before you even log in, your bank will warn you that they'll never ask you for your account registration information. I myself have read that notice about 150 times each year for the last 12 years (for one account, for the other I log in a bit less).
But thanks for making sure.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
PLEASE.... PLEASE.... PLEASE....
TELL ALL YOUR FRIENDS....
log into any of your accounts through a link provided in an email. always open a new browser window and then go to your website of choice and log in.
One more time...
Never log into ANY of your accounts through a link in an email.
this includes eBay, Paypal, Banks, Merchants or anyone else that has ANY personal information that you have provided.Source(s): Http://www.pps-safety.com