E-mail Scam spying upon your Bank Account
Do you remember the grandmother tale in which a poor folk suddenly discovered a huge booty of jewels and gold coins and in one night itself became a multimillionaire? Most of us may wish to be in his shoes and discover hidden treasures that would make us rich as well. This wish of yours is cashed upon by scammers who allure you with such treasures and make you lose all that you have. With thousands of scams in the air and more to add on to the count, government bodies regularly come up with various awareness programs to save you from falling prey to such online vampires.Â Though you may agree to the fact that nothing in this world comes for free, but still you get tempted towards the bait and get trapped by the cyber criminals.
A recent scam has surfaced in Ohio and the Ohio Department of Commerce has warned people not to get fascinated by the scam. The scam tries to break in through your financial information. It claims to be an alert set to inform you about an international unclaimed fund, as high as millions of dollars, and says that an FBI agent has scrutinized and certified it to be lawful and authentic.
Though the scam is not intended to ooze out money from the recipient directly, but it does ask for yourÂ personal bank account details, which is its prospective target. The Ohio Department of Commerce has issued alerts to people saying that the mail is perfectly misleading and has requested people to delete the mail, if received. The department has also advised people to report the details of the mail to the Internet Crime Complaint Center.
So, you should believe in endeavor and not fortune. Endeavor will always earn you what you deserve whereas fortune may drain away whatever you deserve.