AT&T - You Have a new Voice Mail Scam
Allegedly from: firstname.lastname@example.org
Wants you to open: voicemail.zip.
The attachment most likely contains a virus. Forward it to email@example.com and then delete it.
You have received a voicemail at 2013-19-12 25:24:34 CST.
You are receiving this message because we were unable to deliver it, voice message did not go through because the voicemail was unavailable at that moment.
* The reference number for this message is eredrf_uayzw26789-64u480o345678181-3124567849067822-88.
The length of transmission was 35 seconds.
The receiving machine's ID: ZMRSGeS91-BN82UIR5-BYTrh62BCK.
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Have you ever received this communication through email or email forms?
Ignore it! Why you ask?
Sometimes you can receive an email from someone and the return address is from a trusted domain name even though the email was not sent by the domain in question. This is called email spoofing.
Prompts you to download a file or .PDF
Never open files from senders you do not know or trust.
Excessively poor grammar is a dead giveaway to the reliability of an email supposedly coming from a reputable company.
Emulates a popular service
This email attempts to emulates a popular internet service hoping to get you to click on the link.
Impersonates a reputable company
This communication attempts to emulate a reputable company hoping to get you to click on the link or download their attachments.
Claims to have come from a reputable source
This communication attempts to make it seem like it came from a friend, a lawyer, or co-worker hoping to get you to click on the link or download their attachments.
Most likely contains a virus
This communication has an attachment that likely contains a virus.
Ignore it! Ignore it!
If you can't report it, it's best to simply ignore email scams altogether.