Phishing Link Scam

BettyMib about 55702

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Johnson about 26435

Accnt ending *****
Data status: current
Client: Johnson, ZIP
Initiate connection with a lender: https://MidweekPay. com/sxd64bp2d


[Do not click on link. Phishing scam and data scam. Block number.]

Mk about 55702

Christmas Message: Login for New Holiday Approval! Click Here: Thank You.

Claudie about 55702

HolidayCash Alert. Christmas Request is ready for processing. E-Sign Here: Thank You.

Kim about 55702

July 1: E-Sign Required: Your Confirmation at EasyL is Required for Transfer. View Document Here: P.S. This Link Expires Soon!

AnonUSA about 55702

“Signature Required: Your Confirmation at EasyL is requested in order to process your New Transfer Limit. Sign Document Here: Thank You!”

I replied STOP and I’ve been opted out of fitter messages.

megan about 55702

E-sign Required: Your Confirmation at EasyL is Required For Transfer. View Document Here: Thank You!

Karen about 55702

3 Step Process: Click, Login, Sign for your new limit. Time Limited Link: Thank You!

Bob about 55702

Account Notice: You have a new offer ready for your Account. Up to 10K. Click Here: TxtSTOPtoEnd


I received this message with a phishing link from "Security Department, Verizon Online"

Your Verizon online account preferences were changed by someone else.
"We have Disabled most of the accessible features of your account. You have to login from your device in order to reactivate your online functions again" Followed by a link to Login. The page looked almost a replica of Verizon!


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FCC's stand on unwanted text messages

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2017-11-19 00:55:13

Millions lost each year - Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre

According to the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre, citizens lose millions of dollars, each year, by responding fraudulent text messages. Scammers use deceptive text messages to lure consumers into providing personal or financial information

2017-11-18 22:40:22

In Australia, ACMA handles actions on spam SMS messages

Report spam SMS to ACMA by forwarding to 0429 999 888. If you have a grievance about a specific SMS message, submit a complaint to the ACMA or contact the ACMA on 1300 855 180.

2017-11-18 22:27:50

Stopping Spam SMS Messages - UK

Organizations must only send marketing text messages to individuals, if they have agreed to receive them, except where there is a clearly defined customer relationship. Forward spam SMS messages to 7726 for the network operator to act.

2017-11-18 22:03:32


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