Online Fraud

Online Fraud, Internet Fraud

Would you trust or do business with someone who steals, property theft is a big issue, especially on the internet. We decided to do an investigating to determine how many business website owners on the internet have no regard for copyright and steal logos for other website. For this investigation we decided to see identify who has stolen out logo. From our investigation on the 04 July 2014 we identified 41 cases of logo theft.

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10 July 2014 As we keep going deeper into this case on Intellectual Property Theft we have now identified 65 sources on the internet that contain this stolen logo. Less than 5 website owner have apologized for the unauthorized use of this logo. But many website owners and business are failing to report, until they realize that we are serious about getting local law enforcement involved.

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SCAM ALERY
 
From: Permanent TSB [mailto:security@onlineupdate.com]
Sent: 04 December 2012 04:57
To:
Subject: Spam:: Permanent TSB Online Banking – 3rd attempt failed !
 
                                                          Your last successful logon was on 2 December 2012 at 19:47
Dear Permanent TSB Customer,
 
 
Within Permanent TSB latest security checks, we recently discovered that today there were 3 incorrect login attempts to your account.
For your safety, Permanent TSB set your account status to limited. For your account status to get back to normal, you will have
to Log in correctly at: https://www.open24.ie/online/login.aspx?session={5uOr40Ld3Ckw-013dk-2D46D4190}
 
Due to our latest fraud attempts, the following IP adresses were recorded:
Invalid login from:
*.*.4.218.lsw.ru
Invalid login from:
*.*.24.144
Invalid login from:
*.*.41.rr.com
 
Please Note:– The account balance may be adjusted in accordance with the
Open 24 Terms and Conditions of use. Please click here for legal information.
 
This message is mandatory, if you do not complete it in less then 24 hours, your account may get suspended.
 
 
Copyright © 2012 permanent tsb p.l.c. is a limited liability company registered in Dublin under No. 222332.

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This e-mail was officialy sent by The Permanent TSB Team, your reference number is (895-461238)
 
 

Internet SCAM

An internet Scam target at Bank of Ireland 365 customer has been detected. The Hackers are sending email to targeting Irish email address with a message saying that your account has been temporally limited. This emails is designed to look as if it has come from Bank of Ireland 365 online banking. The emails that we have received have not come from Bank of Ireland and the link in the email  does not take you to a bank of Ireland server. This is a social engineering attack by cybercriminal to steal your banking login details.

If you have already fallen victim to this attack change your banking login details immediately.

 

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From: 365 Online [mailto:no-reply@365online.ie]
Sent: Friday, March 09, 2012 12:45 PM
To: niall@securityitrust.com
Subject: Your account has been temporarily limited. ID: 201203WJS2

 

Bank of Ireland 365 internet scam

Dear Customer,

Your account has been temporarily limited.
To remove the limitation from your account
please confirm your credit card details on file.

 

For confirmation, please click the link below:

Sign In to 365online account  – (Link to fake website desgned to look like 365 Online). 

We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
Thank you.

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SCAM ALERT

 

From: Sheila [mailto:bearpoos2006@aol.com]
Sent: Sunday, January 22, 2012 1:19 PM
To:
Subject: [Spam] Re:

OMG!, Dunkin Donuts is giving away 100% free giftcards! Rush, Don't waste a minute. Here is link – http://t.co/TzKquTIT There only 383 more!

families, without any salary or pension? because this appeared anything from me! And now I am crying like a silly fool, when I

"Not so," he answered. "Well, I know that, did I move and
 

Scam Alert

From: MoneyGram Money Transfer [mailto:info@moneygram.co.uk] the real reply email address is mg.mt@rediffmail.com
Sent: Friday, October 21, 2011 1:12 PM
To: undisclosed-recipients:
Subject: [Spam] YOUR OVERDUE LOTTERY PAYMENT NOTICE

From The MoneyGram Central Office
17 Library Place St Helier, JE4 8NH (United Kingdom)
www.moneygram.com
 
Dear Beneficiary,
 
 
This is to inform you that your One Million Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars ($1.5M) Lottery Win will be send to you via Money Gram Money Transfer, unless you want complete payment at a time by bank draft or ATM Card which is also acceptable by the organizers of this payment. The total amount mentioned above is with MoneyGram Payment Outlet Cotonou, Benin Republic where your payment is allocated.
 
 
These funds came to Money Gram from ONLINE LOTTERY SOCIETY (O.L.S) who said that some time in the past, they had a draw and notified all winners then and have them paid but at that time, some winners did not show up to claim theirs which was believed it's because of the payment method then so they now decided to use Money Gram to pay these people now which you are one of them.
 
 
Although some in your category claim they did not receive the notification then which we think must be the same in your case, it is also believe that since they did not like the payment method then, and they will like it by Money Gram now which is why you are getting this notification. Note that you will be receiving Five Thousand United States Dollars ($5,000.00) every day until the total amount is transferred unless you decide to receive the payment by bank draft or ATM Card all at a time.
 
 
You will be receiving Five Thousand United States Dollars ($5,000.00) every day until the total amount is transferred unless you decide to receive the payment by bank draft/transfer or ATM Card all at a time. To receive payment, contact by email (Franco Dell) the Money Gram Payment supervisor and ask him to give you the Reference Number you need to pick up the first $5,000.00 today which is after you have send him your revenue TAX. Email Franco Dell now and ask him to give you the Reference Number and every other information you need to pick up your $5,000.00 now, here is what he will require from you:
 
 
Your Receiving Name…
Your Receiving Address…
Your Country…
Your Tel…
Your Age…
Your Occupation…
 
 
Note: The only money you will send to him is their country's revenue TAX on foreign transactions which normally cost some little amount and he will need this amount before your first Reference Number will be issued officially in the Money Gram network and then given to you, contact him now on this address: (mg.mt@rediffmail.com) contact person Franco Dell, (IMPORTANT) Winners are also advised to keep this notification private/secret to avoid fraudulent claim pending the transfer/claim by Winner.
 
 
Yours Sincerely
Mrs. Gina J. Martins
(ANNOUNCER)
 

Scam Alert

From: deniz bak?r [mailto:denizbak76@hotmail.com]
Sent: Sunday, September 25, 2011 8:22 PM
To: info@securityitrust.com; dw11056@yahoo.com; waterandwax@gmail.com
Subject: [Spam] I AM FREE NOW.

Hola!
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http://www.fraza.ua/aw.php?lopys&ref=aol.com&hdparm=facebook.com&u=http://finance7journal.net/esubmit/bizopp_main.php
bye…

 

Scam Alert

Beware there are many unprofessional trick out there to try and get you to renew your domain with a scammer

From: Domain Services [mailto:domseidfg@hotmail.com]
Sent: Sunday, October 09, 2011 6:32 AM
To:
Subject: [Spam] Domain Notification – This is your Final Notice of Domain Listing – XXXXXXXX.COM
Importance: High

Attention:  Important Notice    DOMAIN SERVICE NOTICE
Complete and return by fax to:
1-310-579-8655
    4510 W. 190th St.
Suite # 54773
Torrance, CA 90602
United States of America

 ATT: –
 ADMINISTRATIVE CONTACT
 –
 xxxx@xxxxxxxxx.COM
 – – – – – – – –
 –
 353.872492
  WWW.xxxxxxxx.COM
     Domain Name:  xxxxxxxxx.COM
Search Engine Submission
Requested Reply
OCTOBER 12,2011

PART I: REVIEW SOLICITATION
Attn: –
As a courtesy to domain name holders, we are sending you this notification for your business Domain name search engine registration.  This letter is to inform you that it's time to send in your registration and save.

Failure to complete your Domain name search engine registration by the expiration date may result in cancellation of this offer making it difficult for your customers to locate you on the web.

Privatization allows the consumer a choice when registering.  Search engine subscription includes domain name search engine submission.  You are under no obligation to pay the amounts stated below unless you accept this offer. Do not discard, this notice is not an invoice it is a courtesy reminder to register your domain name search engine listing so your customers can locate you on the web.

This Notice for: WWW.xxxxxxxx.COM will expire on October 12,2011 Act today!
 
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DETAIL OF SERVICE: ANNUAL WEBSITE SEARCH ENGINE SUBMISSION FOR DOMAIN NAME WWW.xxxxxx.COM

Detail of Service:
SEARCH SUBMISSIONS
    Reply by Date:
10/12/2011
    For Domain Name:
xxxxxxxxx.COM

Select Term    Your Existing Domain    Period Covered    Price

     xxxxxxxxxxxxx.COM          
 [  ]  1 year         10/12/2011 – 10/12/2012    $42.00
 [  ]  2 year         10/12/2011 – 10/12/2013    $72.00   (save 15%)
 [  ]  5 year         10/12/2011 – 10/12/2016    $159.00 (save 25%)
 [  ]  10 year    -Most Recommended-    10/12/2011 – 10/12/2021    $295.00 (save 30%)
 [  ] Lifetime (NEW!)    Limited time offer – Best value!    Lifetime    $499.00

 

Please ensure that your contact information is correct or make the necessary changes.
Full Name: –                                   Email:    xxx@xxxxxx.COM                          

Email 2: ____________________ 

Phone:  _____________________
Want to receive this notification for other domains you own? simply list them below:

_____________________                     _____________________

_____________________                     _____________________
Today's Date: _____________________    Signature: _____________________

Payment by Credit Card
PLEASE COMPLETE AND RETURN BY FAX: 1-310-579-8655
(Please do not include your credit card number on this form just fill the information above and fax it to us, once we receive your fax we will send you instructions on how to make a payment by credit card)     

xxxxxxx.COM

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By accepting this offer, you agree not to hold DS liable for any part. Note that THIS IS NOT A BILL. This is a solicitation.  You are under no obligation to pay the amounts stated unless you accept this offer. The information in this letter contains confidential and/or legally privileged information from the notification processing department of the DS.  This information is intended only for the use of the individual(s) named above. There is no pre-existing relationship between DS and the domain mentioned above.  This notice is not in any part associated with a continuation of services for domain registration.  Search engine submission is an optional service that you can use as a part of your website optimization and alone may not increase the traffic to your site.  If you do not wish to receive further updates from DS send an email to unsubscribe@dssubmissions.com and in the subject line only put remove to unsubscribe.  If you are not the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that disclosure, copying, distribution or the taking of any action in reliance on the contents for this letter is strictly prohibited.  * 100% satisfaction guaranteed, you may request a refund within 30 days.

 

Scam Alert

From: contact@onlinebankingrisks.com [mailto:contact@onlinebankingrisks.com]
Sent: Monday, October 10, 2011 3:44 PM
To:
Subject: [Spam] online banking risks

Hi,

I would like to know if you are interested in purchasing the domain name onlinebankingrisks.com (View Domain). Based on your contact information I see that you own xxxxxxxxxxx.com, correct?

onlinebankingrisks.com can provide an SEO boost in this market, sending new leads and new traffic to your existing site. Redirecting an exact match keyword domain is more cost effective than paying for CPC advertising (advertisers are paying $58.00 per click for these exact keywords). This domain can help improve, secure, and protect your web branding identity while bringing in relevant keyword searches that you would not have received otherwise.

The price for this domain is just $375. I am reaching out to other related businesses in the next few days, and this domain will go to the first company who replies.

Thank you,
John

If this domain is not of interest, simply reply to this email with your industry category and keywords and I can respond with available domains.

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Cincinnati, OH 45236

If you feel that you received this email in error or would not like to receive any future opportunities:
http://onlinebankingrisks.com?did=7047971&hash=9408e921e8540e70524aa74e973d37a3&u=1
 

Danger Scam Alert Warning

From: Jason Greene [mailto:naz6765@yahoo.com]
Sent: Saturday, October 15, 2011 5:28 PM
To:
Subject: [Spam] Re: Re: I DID IT!

Hi friend…
it will open your eyes to the profit that can be made
http://next-gage.ru/engine/redirect.php?neryw&jos=google.com&kuxe=msn.com&url=http://income8.net/esubmit/bizopp_main.php
see you soon.
 

Where do we draw the line between protecting user and putting users at risk? Has data protection stepped across the line and because our data protection experts have been so busy protection our data that they have now put laws in place the protect criminals and buy putting our data at risk?