Email spoofing
October 8 2021

Fraudsters are using a new method to try to steal your banking information. They use an email address very similar to a real company. For example they changed the "i" of to an "L". Then they sends you an email using the exact contact information of one of the employees of the company. The email asks you for a quote for products that company would normally purchase. Onces you have sent the quote they will ask for your banking information to make the money transfer for the purchase. At this stage they ask for too much detail, they rely on the fact that the bid is very high to try to convince you to provide them with information.


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