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Beware the “eu” email senders

We don't typically make such strong "blanket" warnings like this one but we don't see any alternative.  For the last few weeks of summer 2014 we have seen a wide variety of scams targeting users' email inboxes and they all have one thing in common...

The Sender's email address comes from a domain that ends in ".eu"  Dot-E-U means that the email presumably came from the European Union.  The domain names that appear just in front of the .eu can vary.  The real sender's location can easily be spoofed.

So, our warning is to be VERY cautious about any email that comes from an email address ending in .eu

Here's a graphic showing a variety of these scam emails and their subject lines...

Dot EU scammers2

 

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