“Official Notification” email claims that the Department of Finance of Australia in collaboration with the Australia Revenue Agency has discovered that your 2016 tax declaration appeared to be imprecise and you currently have an outstanding tax debt as a result. The email instructs you to click a link to download a “Tax Declaration” and then take the document to the nearest CRA/DFC office within 21 days.
Email claims that you have been issued with a traffic infringement and have received a large fine. The email urges you to click a link to download a “Notice Declaration” about the alleged infringement.
“Incoming Fax Report” email that purports to be from the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) claims that you should open an attached Microsoft Word file to read a secure document.
“Notice of Intended Prosecution” email purporting to be from Greater Manchester Police contains details of a supposed speeding violation. The email includes a link that supposedly allows you to check photographic evidence of the violation.
Rather threatening email purporting to be from the Lending Division at Bank of America claims that you have not made any debt payments for the last three months and should click a link to view a full report about the issue.
“Infringement Notice” email claims that you have received a fine for negligent driving and should click a link to view photo proof of the incident.
Email purporting to be from “ISP Support” claims that your ISP has received spam mailouts from your address recently and urges you to open an attached file to view a log of the supposed spam messages.
Message being distributed via WhatsApp invites you to click a link to download WhatsApp video calling.
“Confidential” email claims that you have received a new secure document and should open a Microsoft Word attachment to read it. The message notes that, because the document is encrypted, you will need to use the “enable editing” option to decode it.