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cabal64
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E-mail notification

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I use Bt Yahoo Mail.  Earlier this week I changed my password in response to an e-mail which stated that a number of unsuccessful attempts had been made to access my account.  I have to say I doubt this.  I am copying an e-mail I received shortly afterwards which I am treating as not genuine.   It is barely literate.   Indeed, I have again changed my password.  Here it is :-

 

On Thursday, 10 September 2015, 15:27, Email <Lmcurti@aol.com> wrote:

You would be blocked from sending and receiving emails if not confirmed within 24hrs of receiving this automated mail.

You are required to update through the link below.

UPDATE


Thanks for using Yahoo!

 

Why isn't there a telephone number that works for BT Yahoo Mail?

 

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Re: E-mail notification

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That e-mail is fake, do not click on any links or take any action, just delete it.

 

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