Email purporting to be from US based bank Wells Fargo claims that you should click a link to read a new security message related to a supposed unauthorized account access attempt.
Post being shared on Facebook claims that you can win a vacation to Bali just by giving the post a “heart” reaction and clicking the “Sign up” button on the Facebook Page the post comes from.
Email purporting to be from PayPal claims that your account information seems inaccurate or unverified and you therefore need to click a link and check your information in order to continue using the service smoothly.
Email purporting to be from UK bank NatWest claims that your credit card minimum payment is due. It includes a link that supposedly allows you to login to NatWest’s online card services and pay you credit card bill.
Circulating Facebook post claims that you can get the new iPhone 7 for free just by sharing the post, commenting “thank-you”, and clicking a link.
Message purportedly sent by Apple’s security system claims that your iTunes account has been frozen because Apple was unable to validate your account information.
Post on the “Emirates Competition” Facebook Page claims that you can win 5 First Class tickets to anywhere in the world and £10,000 just by liking the Page, sharing a promotional photo, and typing the number 2 as a comment.
Email purporting to be from the National Australia Bank (NAB) claims that you can get $75 credited to your account by clicking a link and filling in a “quick 4 questions survey”.
Circulating Facebook post claims that you can click to get 2 free tickets to fly anywhere from the UAE’s Etihad Airways.
Internet giant Yahoo has now officially confirmed that at least 500 million accounts were compromised in a massive 2014 security breach.