Completion of request for ACH CashPr - Scam

Allegedly from:David Chapman David.Chapman@baml.com

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Email Spoofing

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Prompts you to download a file or .PDF

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Emulates a popular service

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Impersonates a reputable company

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Claims to have come from a reputable source

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Most likely contains a virus

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