This is a scam
One area that I'm going to start blogging more about is Internet security. It's really getting serious out there, and with the current economic conditions I see it getting even worse. Here is an email I just received. If you receive an email like this, you're being scammed. No legitimate company you do business with will EVER ask for any password via email. In fact, no company you do business with should be asking for your password PERIOD (through email, phone, etc . . .). If you forget your password, any legitimate company will provide a way to reset it yourself. ////////////////////\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ This message is from your ISP Network to all Email Account owners. We are currently changing our Email System (INCREASED SECURITY). To prevent your Account from closing you will have to update it below so that we will know that it's presently used. Please note that as soon as we receive a reply from you, we shall inform you of further Email Instructions via Email. CONFIRM YOUR EMAIL IDENTITY BELOW; Email Address: ............... EMAIL Password: .............. Date of Birth: ............... Warning!!! Account owner that refuses to update his or her Account within Seven days of receiving this warning will lose his or her Account permanently. THANKS, ISP NETWORK SOLUTION SUPPORT TEAM. Reply to: email@example.com ////////////////////\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\
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