Fraudsters are using Google's Calendar service as a means to develop a new strain of phishing scam. The ruse appears in the guise of a Google Calendar email notification. Would-be marks are told their accounts will be deleted unless they submit their Google username, password and date of birth. But rather than coming from …
Quite a good scam
but y doo they allways rooin it wid bad speling?
Message from God*
I'll bet if any large group of people got an email from "God", a fair percentage would respond in a thoroughly believing and worship-like manner.
* Mythical being, often the cause of pain, misery, war and other forms of human & animal suffering.
Do people still fall for this?
Are people still falling for these lame scams?
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