Friday , 18 August 2017
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Beware of Malicious Email Claiming to be from BBB

Better Business Bureau is issuing an urgent SCAM alert cautioning businesses and consumers about an email that looks like it is from BBB, with the subject line “Complaint from your customers.” (Please see a scan of the malicious email above.)

The email uses the BBB Torch logo, includes a complaint number and a link appears to direct people to bbb.org. This e-mail is fraudulent; ignore its contents and delete it immediately. If you have already clicked on a link in the e-mail, run a full virus scan of your computer.

The e-mails have return addresses that BBB does not use (one example is “riskmanager” at bbb.org) and are signed with the address of the Council of Better Business Bureaus, the national office of the BBB system. The e-mail contains a link to a non-BBB web site. Do NOT click on the link.

BBB is working with law enforcement to determine its source and stop the fraudulent campaign. ToF

Visit BBB at www.bbb.org to check out a business, find BBB Accredited Businesses, read tips and alerts, report misleading advertising, or file a customer complaint.

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