Phishing Scam Discover Card
Friday, November 02, 2012
We were notified of a recent Phishing scam dealing with Xerox. The fraudulent email looks like it is being sent from Discover Card with the subject as: Great Status modidified of your Discover Account. This is a fraudulent attempt to capture member data.
Below is a copy of the fake email. Do Not click on any of the links!
Sent: Thursday, November 01, 2012 10:09 AM
Subject: Great Status modidified of your Discover Account Importance: High
Account | Customer Care Services Account ending in XXX4
An substantial communication regarding latest Rejected Transfers is waiting for you.
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Honored Discover Cardholder,
There is an serious message waiting for you from Discover® card. Please read the message mindfully and keep it with your archives.
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SIGNIFICANT MESSAGE This e-mail was delivered to @scfederal.org for Discover Banking account No. ending with XXX4. You are receiving this e-mail because you member of Discover.com.
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If you have any issues with your account, please Login to leave us a message securely and we would be happy to help you.
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Discover Products Llc.
P.O. Box 69092
San Peter City, WA 19168
©2012 Discover Bank, Member FDIC
Please NEVER provide any of the following:
Neither South Carolina Federal Credit Union nor any of our business partners acting on our behalf would ever call, text, or email our members requesting such information.
- Account Number
- Social security number
- Three digit security number on back of credit card
- Private information