Fake DHS email – "Give us $350 in the next 24 hours" | Advanced Mobile Spy Software
Who likes threats? Nobody, as it turns out. That hasn't stopped scammers from jumping on the menacing email train – next stop, your inbox. Every now and then, we see the 419 "Hitman deployed to kill you" missive doing the rounds. On a similar threatening note, we have a fake DHS notification telling you to pay a $350 fee within 24 hours – or else. The email reads as follows (we've put the meatiest threats in bolded text): Attention: You are to contact the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Washington, D.C to obtain your Clearance Certificate, find below their contact information: Contact Person: Stevan BunnellGeneral CounselU.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS)Washington DC Mailing Address U.S. Department of Homeland Security Washington, D.C. 20528. Ensure you contact (DHS) with your Full Name, Address and phone number/cell number.Contact the DHS via Email with the information above immediately, once you contact them I will get back to you or else I will have an agent come