Say you check your email and notice a confirmation message for expensive tickets you never bought. Your first instinct may be to click on the link and dispute the charge, and that’s just the reaction the con artists who sent you the message are hoping for. [More]
The new IRS email phishing scam involves a fake customer satisfaction survey that asks for sensitive personal information such as your SSN, bank account numbers, credit card numbers, and even the security code from the back of the card.
Some scammers have weaseled their way into Monster.com and are using email addresses gleaned from the site to run a phishing scam.