Email purporting to be from PayPal claims that the company has noticed unusual activity on your account and is concerned about potential unauthorised access.
Email claims that you can view a price list by opening an attached file and advises you to contact ‘your local ITT office’ for additional information.
Message being shared on Facebook claims that UK supermarket chain ASDA is giving away £70 gift cards to users as a means of celebrating its 135th birthday.
Message being shared via social media claims that NBA star Michael Jordan has been found dead at his residence.
Circulating message claims that actor Adam Sandler has died accidentally. The message includes an ‘R.I.P Adam Sandler’ graphic that features a photograph of the star.
Email purporting to be from Pacific Pathways insurance brokers claims that an attached file contains a General Liability & Workers Compensation insurance quote request packet.
‘Account info’ email purporting to be from Microsoft claims that your Outlook account will be blocked due to a system error and you must therefore click a link to verify the account immediately.
Circulating Facebook messages featuring a photograph of Hereford UK’s Poppy Man sculpture claim that the Facebook is removing the image and we should therefore ‘share the hell out of it’ to thwart Facebook’s supposed political agenda.
Circulating Facebook post claims that you can click to get a $75 gift card from supermarket chain Aldi.
Email purporting to be from the UK’s HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) claims that the department’s last attempt to deposit your tax refund failed due to an error in your bank details. It urges you to reapply for the refund by clicking a link.