Saturday, July 22nd, 2017


    

Warning – Fake Match.com Emails Going Around

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(Online Dating Newsletter) Online Dating Newsletter has issued a warning to online daters not to open up fake Match.com emails that are currently going around. The emails have subject headers like:

> Match Social Network  Additions: Today’s matches
> Match Social Network  – Announcement: Get My Pictures
> Match Social Network  Primary Email: My Pictures
> Match Social Network  – Announcement: Search for matches completed
> Match Social Network  –  recommended: See more like her…

When you open the email, it pretends to be a message from Match.com and asks you to click on a link “to view the full message text”.

These emails are not from Match.com and have nothing to do with Match.com. Clicking on these fake links could install spyware on your computer or attempt to get other information from you.

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2 Responses to “Warning – Fake Match.com Emails Going Around”
  1. jesse says:

    There are hundreds of scams out there which prey on online daters. One that I recently ran into is girls from dating sites that say they are really horny and want you to go to their live chat and watch them. They say that you can get a free 24 hour trial but really once you put in your details they rinse your account. Pure Evil!

  2. Atreyu says:

    You have been warned people. These mails often lead to a phishing page or actually have a keylogger embedded on a photo or an archive. Believe me, as a security expert I know as much!

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