Wow, I haven't posted in a week. I'm getting lazy LOL. Here's another interesting banking / ATM Card scam. This one claims to come from some sort of company in Taiwan, which it didn't, of course. You don't even need to use Google Translate to ascertain that. They want you to respond to a John Mercury, at an e-mail address @chasebank-ny.com, which attempts to make this scam look real. In looking it up on Google, I also ran across another domain, where they also wanted you to respond to a John Mercury @chasebank-ebanking.com, a domain which no longer exists. I wonder why LOL. The chasebank-ny.com domain had to be paid for, there's no question about that, as did the other. But if you go to the active website, it says "VistaPrint: Make an impression. Website [sic] are FREE at vistaprint.com/ websites. Create Your Website in Minutes." It very obviously has nothing to do with JP Morgan Chase at all. Then if you go to the VistaPrint site, you can see that they offer to host websites with a month long free trial. This is a good way for VistaPrint to promote their business cards, but scammers are taking advantage of the trial offer in an attempt to scam us. This entry will be linked here in the upper left for awhile, and there are some ATM Card "skimming" videos located here. Please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank You!
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