Beware Of Fake Messages From Fraudsters Pretending To Be Yahoo Officials

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Desperate people take desperate measures. The amazing discovery of technology doesn’t benefit or facilitate education and online business alone. Some fraudsters rely on the internet to commit their crimes. As the FBI, the police and the crime preventive try to make internet free from scams, frauds, crime etc, the criminals too try to spread their tentacles to out run the preventive measures. 

Below are some of the mails for mostly yahoo e-mail users. You may think such mails are genuine when you receive them, but actually they are fake. The people responsible want certain secret information from you to enhance their criminal activities.

Member info <stevenmj7@aol.com>

To joenKmmm@yahoo.com

Nov 10 at 11:31 AM

Yahoo! Mail

Dear Yahoo User,

Your mailbox has exceeded the storage limit of 1 GB. You can not receive new messages until you update your mailbox.  Click to update.

Sincerely,

Yahoo Mail Officials.

Yahoo Mail <oekeoma@mdslogistics.net>

To joenKmmm@yahoo.com

Today at 10:04 AM

Dear Customer,

We received a request to terminate your Account and the process has started by our Mail Team, Please give us 24 hours to close your Account.

To cancel the termination request click https://login.mail.com/cancel.php?account=cancel %40yahoo.com&cc=504e1eb49

All files on your yahoo mail including (Inbox, Sent, Spam, Trash, Draft) will be deleted and access to your Email address will be Denied.
Regards,

Yahoo Mail Account Services

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Please do not reply to this message. Mail sent to this address cannot be answered.

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