Warning: Spammers attempting to obtain UK2 e-mail user details

March 9th, 2011 by

Dear UK2 Customers

It has been brought to our attention that a number of our customers have been receiving fraudulent e-mails, which appear to be from us, asking for important login information for their UK2 accounts.

We will never ask for your login details via e-mail. If you receive an e-mail like this please delete it immediately.

Regards,

The UK2 Team

Here is an example of what the e-mail may look like:

From: Account De-Activation Warning

Sent: Tuesday, March 08, 2011 6:18 PM

To: undisclosed recipients:

Subject: warning

Dear uk2 mail user Due to the congestion in our uk2.net Account database we just want to let you no that we will be deleting and de-activating all unused uk2 mail account from our uk2.net Account database,so we want you to reply back to our data base office for account re-activation. failure to do this within the next 24hours will render your account de-activated from the unal.edu.co account database

Full Name………………….
Full Address……………….
Email Address……………..
Password………………….

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2 Comments

Ian Lewis
# 10th March, 2011

Thanks for the information!
Ian

Craig
# 14th March, 2011

Hello

Please contact our support team for more information.

Details can be found on our website here: http://www.uk2.net/about_uk2/contact_us/

regards,
The UK2 Team

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