Monday, August 28, 2017

4 New Message USAA Phishing Email

If you receive this email claiming to be from USAA do not click on the link. It is a phishing link that is designed to look like a legit USAA site but isn't and it asks for your banking information. Luckily I don't have a USAA account so automatically I know its fake. But for people who have an account with them and don't know what to look for can easily fall for it.

Dear USAA Member,

We're writing to let you know that your online account has been temporarily suspended due to recent access to your account from an unknown IP address.

Click here to re-activate your account www.usaa.com/re-activate (No such site, clicking on it brings you to a website that will steal your information)

If you aren't enrolled in Online and think you've received this message in error, please call our Customer Support team immediately using the "Contact Us" page on USAA Online.

Note: Make Sure Your Fill Out All The Informations Requested For Your Personal Safety Reasons. (Another way to tell this is a fake email is the broken English writing)

Sincerely,

USAA Online Team.

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