Phishing : executive5252@gmail.com

SUSPECTED SCAM!

Date10/06/2018
Fraudulent emailexecutive5252@gmail.com
Scam contentsDEAR CUSTOMER
Dear E-mail-Account Owner,

This message comes from your (EMAIL SERVICE PROVIDER) messaging admin
center to All E-mail-Account owners. We are currently improving our
Database and E-mail Account Center and creating more certainty for our
Legal Service clients At this moment we are upgrading our data base so
that there will be more space for new customers and increasing the surf
on the Internet. To prevent your Email address not to be DE-activated
and to enable it upgraded, Because we understand that last time that
your email was compromised because it was associated with lack of
upgrade-able in order to secure your email from losing again just
follow the instruction instructed bellow

you need to assist us by sending the information below to enable us
upgrade it, so that your email account status will flect in our
database as a very active, useful and legal email account.

Do send to us the below information to enable us upgrade your Account,
else your email account will lost in a
short time.

Email text question: ________
email text answer: _______
First Name: _____________
Last Name: _____________
Date of Birth: ____________
E-mail Address: ___________
E-mail pass-word: __________
Phone Number:_______________
Alternative Email:
Alternative: pass-word:
Country or territory:

WARNING!!! E-MAIL OWNERS who refuses to upgrade his or her account
within Five days after notification of this update will permanently be
deleted from our data base and can also lead to malfunctioning of the
client or user's account and we will not be responsible for loosing
our account.

Thanks for your understanding as it is geared towards serving you
better.

Web mail Support Team

Warning Code: ID+
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