Dear Chase Online(SM)
We recently reviewed your account, and suspect that your Chase account may have
been accessed by an unauthorized third party. Protecting the security of your account
is our primary concern. Therefore, as a preventative measure, we have
temporarily limited access to sensitive account features.To restore your
account access, we need you to confirm your identity, to do so we need you to
follow the linkwww.Chase.com proceed to confirm your information:
Thank you for being a valued Chase customer.
ABOUT THIS MESSAGE:
This service message was delivered to you as a Chase customer to
provide you with account updates and information about your
account benefits. Chase values your privacy and your preferences.
Your personal information is protected by state-of-the-art technology
Notice that the subject makes it look like this email is from Bank of America and references you as a Chase customer. Some spams even use the insignias from the target websites in the email to fool you. Never click on any links in a suspicious email. If you are not certain it is legitemate, use a phone number from your own paperwork or find the phone number in the phone book and call that business directly, but do not use links or phone numbers from the suspicious email you received.
If you receive a suspicious email claiming to be from Bank of America, you can report it to Bank of America by forwarding the email to them using this link: firstname.lastname@example.org
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