Credit One Bank

Discussion in 'Phishing' started by Jessica, Jan 25, 2010.

  1. Jessica

    Jessica Administrator Staff Member

    From Credit One Bank
    Return-Path: <service@creditonebank.com>
    Received: from 99.154.243.209, US server, AT & T Internet services
    Reply-To: <service@creditonebank.com>
    From: "Credit One Bank"<service@creditonebank.com>
    Subject: Dear customer ,
    Date: Sun, 24 Jan 2010
    Return-Path: [service@creditonebank.com]

    Dear Credit One Bank customer,

    We recently reviewed your account, and we are suspecting that your Credit One Bank Internet Banking account may have been accessed from an unauthorized computer.

    This may be due to changes in your IP address or location. Protecting the security of your account and of the Credit One Bank network is our primary concern.

    We are asking you to immediately login and report any unauthorized withdrawals, and check your account profile to make sure no changes have been made.

    To protect your account please follow the instructions below:

    * DO NOT SHARE YOUR PASSWORD WITH OTHER USERS
    * LOG OFF AFTER USING YOUR ONLINE ACCOUNT

    Please click on the following link, to verify your account activity:

    https www creditonebank com/Index.aspx [Reported as a forgery]

    We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, and appreciate your support in helping us maintaining the integrity of the entire US Bank system.

    Please login as soon as possible.

    Thank you,
    Credit One Bank Security Advisor.

    © 2010 Credit One Bank, N.A. All rights reserved. Credit One® and Credit One Bank® are federally registered trademarks.
     
  2. Annielee

    Annielee Samurai

    Credit One Bank, Dear Customer

    From: "Credit One Bank"<service@creditonebank.com>
    Reply-To: <service@creditonebank.com>
    Date: Sun, 24 Jan 2010
    Subject: Dear customer ,

    Credit One Logo

    Dear Credit One Bank customer,

    We recently reviewed your account, and we are suspecting that your Credit One Bank Internet Banking account may have been accessed from an unauthorized computer.

    This may be due to changes in your IP address or location. Protecting the security of your account and of the Credit One Bank network is our primary concern.

    We are asking you to immediately login and report any unauthorized withdrawals, and check your account profile to make sure no changes have been made.

    To protect your account please follow the instructions below:

    * DO NOT SHARE YOUR PASSWORD WITH OTHER USERS

    * LOG OFF AFTER USING YOUR ONLINE ACCOUNT

    Please click on the following link, to verify your account activity:

    <https://www.creditonebank.com/Index.asp>

    We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, and appreciate your support in helping us maintaining the integrity of the entire US Bank system.

    Please login as soon as possible.

    Thank you,
    Credit One Bank Security Advisor.

    © 2010 Credit One Bank, N.A. All rights reserved. Credit One® and Credit One Bank® are federally registered trademarks.
     
  3. Nanook

    Nanook Administrator Staff Member

    Include the link next time. :rolleyes:

    Return-Path: <inezjimenez507@yahoo.co.jp>
    Received: from (HELO ns501-vm8.bullet.mail.kks.yahoo.co.jp) (183.79.57.48)
    Date: Sun, 13 May 2018
    From: CreditOne
    Subject: An invitation just for you

    A credit card opportunity you dont want to miss
     
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