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Monday, February 15, 2010

Phishing Email???

This email message is freaking me out!

I've been receiving this email for weeks now and it's already driving me nuts! I thought they will get tired of sending this since I never replied. I'm afraid they're just phishing for my yahoo info. Now I'm having second thoughts. I don't want my yahoo account to be deleted because I have almost all my online stuffs linked to it!

Did anyone of you receive this kind of email? Lainy said it's just some kind of a scam. Sigh. I'm not really sure if this email is legitimate. I need help. :(

The mail came from


Dear User,

We are sorry to inform you that we are currently working on securing our
server, during this process account which is not manually verified by us will
be deleted, Please confirm and submit your information for manual verification
by one of our customer care.

Information which is to be provided is below:
User Name:
User Id:
Date Of Birth:
Country (At Sign up):

Upon confirmation of information from you, we will manually verify your Yahoo!
Account and reserve it not to be deleted, We are sorry for any inconveniences
this might have cause providing your information over the email.

Warning!!! Account owner that refuses to update his/her account after two
weeks of receiving this warning will lose his or her account permanently.

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riel said...

I have received that kind of email twice already. I think its a scam.

anne said...

its a scam girl, I sent a complaint about it in yahoo and they instructed me to ignore it or sent it to the yahoo customer service naun nd na ako na kaka recieve ng ganyan

Beadwright said...

This is a scam. Do not reply to it at all. Especially the "unsubscribe" in some way this allows the sender information about you. I don't know how. My brother is a computer whiz and tells me all the time NEVER hit the unsubscribe button.
Don't even open it just delete it.


""rare*jonRez"" said...

hint: if you're not being addressed with your name in the "dear" part, ignore it, it's a scam! thus, the dear part must be "dear ally" if it's for real!

Morten Pedersen said...

Just delete it and forget it.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for helping out guys! :D

ally said...

Thank you guys!