Mistake?, Scam (10-20-19)

The following is a scam in which the scammer is hoping to trick the victim into clicking a link which will be used to steal the victim’s personal information. You can tell this is a scam because the scammer’s email address/ name does not match the signature nor is the email from someone the victim knows. You can also tell it is a scam because of just the link and no other information inside the email. And the mispellings on sincerely.

If you have received an email like this, please delete it.
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From: IT rattler.morgan@advanced-tactic.info
Sent: Tuesday, October 30, 2018 2:18 PM
To: Victim@vcu.edu
Subject: [EXTERNAL] mistake?

Hi,

A package was delivered to us by mistake…..I think

I opened the box and noted that your email was on the invoice…coming up to summer I thought it might be personal or work related.

We are just down the road by the Mcdonalds. I can drop it by if you will be in this afternnon?

I took a picture of the invoice, I can’t make out the name but you can clearly see your email address

Picture of Invoice [Link Redacted]

Sincerly,

Wendy Mcguire

Sales Representative

Ashley and Mullins Law Firm LLC

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