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Western Union: your money transfer has been authorized and is now available for pick up

 


 

Western Union Phishing Example

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Dear customer,

Thank you for using the Western Union Money Transfer®.

Your money transfer has been authorized and is now available for pick up by the receiver.

Transfers to certain destinations may be subject to further delay or additional restrictions.

TRANSACTION DETAILS:

Your Money Transfer Control Number [MTCN] is: 348397195

Please use this number for any inquiries.

Date of Order: Wed, 6 Jan 2010 15:45:30 -0300
Amount Sent: $6890.00

You can cancel this transfer by using the hyperlink below:

http://wumt.westernunion.com/WUCOMWEB/transactions/HomePage/cancel.php?session=&mtcn=348397195&summ=6890.00&date=Wed, 6 Jan 2010 15:45:30 -0300

Real URL (well fake url) See its not actually westernunion.com

http://wumt.westernunion.com.yht5trtz.com.pl/WUCOMWEB/transactions/HomePage/cancel.php?mtcn=348397195&summ=6890.00&date=Wed,+6+Jan+2010+15%3A45%3A30+-0300&session=GUVDBWG-NQACYMYPXL30C-5R53GN2MJAWXQG-CU0MHV3GE-G7QBUB&

email=xxx

Thank you for using Western Union!


DO NOT REPLY TO THIS EMAIL.

Also see Your Western Union money transfer has been authorized - Western Union Phishing Example

Western Union - FraudWatch International > Phishing Alerts

Date Issued: September 29, 2011. Fraud Alert #. 239738. Target Company: Western Union. From Address: [email protected]westernunion.com.au. Subject Line: ***Dear Member*** ...

Publish Date: 09/28/2011 9:00

http://www.fraudwatchinternational.com/phishing/individual_alert.php?fa_no=239738&mode=alert

Western Union 'Too Many Login Attempts' Phishing Scam

Email purporting to be from money wire service Western Union claims that the recipient's account has been locked due to 'multiple failed login attempts' and that the recipient must login via a link in the message and answer ...

Publish Date: 06/06/2011 1:02

http://www.hoax-slayer.com/western-union-account-locked-phishing-scam.shtml

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Spammers just don't know when to stop. This is a classic scam type and it really fools a lot of people.
Earlene Alling , February 24, 2011

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