• Nick Lansley

Fake email phishing for Tesco usernames and password – ignore!

It may be a poor attempt at phishing but look out for this email message and delete it. Mine came from “Tesco Webmaster” webhelpdsk02@gmail.com but there may be other email sources. The perpetrator may be trying to snag a Tesco email account to make future phishing emails look more authentic. Help me make sure his/her failure is complete.

—-Tesco Webmail Technical Services—–

Account Subscriber,

We are currently performing maintenance on our Digital webmail Server to improve the spam filter services in our webmail systems for better online services to avoid virus and spam mails. In order to ensure you do not experience service interruption, respond to this email immediately and enter your Username/id here (********) password here (********) and future password here (********). Checkout new features and enhancements with our newly improved and secured webmail.

NB: We require your username and password for Identification purpose only.

—-Copyright © 1997-2009 Tesco!. All rights reserved—–

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