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    Fraud

    Asked by Alex on August 23, 2011 at 03:02 PM

    The following form number is a fraudulent attempt to acquire username and passwords for gmu.edu email addresses.

     

    12345135167

     

    I received the following email: 

     


     This message is from.gmu.edu messaging center to
     all gmu.edu email owners. We are currently upgrading our
     data base and e-mail center. We are deleting allunused gmu.edu email to create
     more space for new one.To prevent your account from closing you
     will have to update it below so that we will know that it\'s a present
     used account.


     However gmu.edu email system has been receiving
     complaints from our customer for unauthorised use of the
     gmu.edu  system email. As a result we are making
     an extra security check on all of our Customer mailbox in
     order to protect their information from theft and fraud.

     You are advice to click on the link below and fill the columns
     correctly.

     http://www.jotform.com/form/12345135167

     Note : Incorrect information can lead to penalties, confiscation
     or suspension of your account.

     Thanks for your co-operation.

     Thanks
     .gmu.edu Inc.
     Management.

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    JotForm Support

    Answered by abajan on August 23, 2011 at 04:00 PM

    Thanks very much for drawing this to our attention, Alex. The form's creator clearly violated rules 1 and 3 of our TOS and as such, we have excercised our prerogative as set out in rule 6 in the said document.

    Phishing is a very serious matter and we certainly don't want our service associated with such activity.

    Thanks again.


    ~ Wayne