Dear e-gold customers (your.email),
Anybody with knowledge of both your e-gold account number and your e-gold
Due to recent activities on some e-gold accounts, we belive that some of
them has been reported stolen or hacked. We are launching a new security
system to make e-gold accounts more secure & safe. Before we can do that
we will investigate all e-gold accounts to confirm their real authorized
account holder identify. We will require a confirmation that your account
has not been stolen or hacked. Your account has not been suspended or
frozen. To confirm your account status please do the following steps:
1. Login and confirm your identify account using special link below:
(link leads to ttilll.com/acct/login.php instead)
2. Make sure that your account balance has not been changed.
3. Make sure that your details has not been changed.
4. Review recent transactions in your account history for any unauthorized
5. If you find any kind of suspections activities please contact us
immediately. Including the following information in your message:
a) your account number;
b) your account name;
c) your phone number;
d) unauthorized transfer date & time;
6. Most probably you will not find any unauthorized transfer from your
account. You don't need to take any actions in this case.
e-gold account's and services will continue normally during the
invetingation time & the security update. There is no need to stop using
your e-gold account during this time.
From all of us at e-gold, Thank you again and welcome aboard!
If you receive this note and you are not the authorized account holder,
please be aware that this is violation of e-gold policy to represent
oneself as another e-gold user. Such action may also be a violation of
local, national and/or international law. e-gold is commited to assist
law enforcement with any inquires related to attemps to misappriopriate
personal information or identify theft with the intend to commit fraud ot
theft. Information will be provided at the request of law enforcement
agencies to ensure that perpetrators are prosecuted to the fullest extent
of the law.
Saturday, February 03, 2007
e-gold accounts investigations
Another fake spam (scam attempt mail)