Fwd: Fw: URGENT Action Required -- READ ENCLOSED INSTRUCTIONS -- Malicious E-Mail Circulating
- I verified this - it is true. Kay, beware, since your ticket is with Delta you might be tempted to open it.
FYI from the Dallas Federal Reserve. Yes, I trust them! Gary Subject: Fw: URGENT Action Required -- READ ENCLOSED INSTRUCTIONS -- Malicious E-Mail Cir URGENT Action Required -- READ ENCLOSED INSTRUCTIONS -- Malicious E-Mail Circulating CUSTOMER NOTICE - URGENT NOTICE - Action Required To: All PC Users URGENT Action Required -- READ ENCLOSED INSTRUCTIONS -- Malicious E-Mail Circulating Do not open any suspicious e-mails, specifically those appearing to be from Delta Airlines. A fraudulent email is circulating that claims that the recipient has purchased a Delta ticket and that an invoice or credit card transaction receipt is attached. In reality, no purchases have been made, nor have credit cards been charged. The attachment contains malware that and could result in the loss of sensitive information such as user IDs and passwords. In the event you receive one of these emails, delete it immediately. Under no circumstances should you open an attachment associated with these e-mails. Doing so can infect your PC. Notify the Help Desk if you receive one of these e-mails, even if you did not open the e-mail or the attachment. This will assist with tracking this issue. In the event that you received one of these e-mails and accidentally opened the attachment, Please inform the Help Desk immediately. Questions/Concerns If you have any questions or concerns, please contact your Help Desk at each office or your Departmental Technical Support Staff . Contact Dallas Help Desk at x25000, Houston at x33611, San Antonio at x81581, and El Paso at x15247