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Week in Review 18 March 2016

Week in Review 18 March 2016

This week has seen an array of email scam attempts reach inboxes worldwide. Our week in review for week ending 18 March 2016 sums up these malicious emails to educate you, in hopes of keeping your data safe. As usual, MailShark highly recommends deleting any of these emails (or similiar) from your inbox straight away. 

MailShark Samsung S6 Testers Needed Email Scam

Samsung S6 Testers Needed Email Scam

Samsung S6 Testers Needed Email Scam This Samsung S6 testers needed email scam attempt claims to be sent from a website called “Product Testing”, which we strongly advise not trusting due to their lack of reputation. The email claims you can test and keep the new Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge; an Android smart phone manufactured…

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MailShark Your 1000 AUD Coles Gift Card Scam

Your 1000AUD Coles Gift Card Scam

Your 1000AUD Coles Gift Card Scam A malicious scam attempt claiming your 1000AUD Coles gift card is available, has been caught by MailShark spam filters. It targets Coles Supermarkets, a leading Australian supermarket chain. We highly recommend deleting this email from your inbox if received as it will only end in a malware infection. The…

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MailShark JB Hi-Fi Competition Winner Email Scam

JB Hi-Fi Competition Winner Email Scam

JB Hi-Fi Competition Winner Email Scam A suspicious JB Hi-Fi Competition Winner Email Scam has been caught by MailShark spam filters. This particular email risks a malware infection and should be deleted immediately if received. JB Hi-Fi is an Australian electronics retailer established in 1975 in the city of Melbourne. It is an extremely popular…

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Where in the world did the bulk of these Emails come from?

Check out our Global Spam Sources page, for a World map of spam sources.

Steph Kent
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