NACHA security nitification

I love this one.  The scammer forgot to proofread the subject line and apparently wants to send me “nits”.  Yuk.

DON’T open the attachment.  It’s a zip file and I’d be willing to bet that it contains a trojan or other malware.

Dear Valued Client,

We strongly believe that your account may have been compromised. Due to this, we cancelled the last ACH transactions:

-(ID: 71366735)
-(ID: 53364495)
-(ID: 43792056)
-(ID: 22774303)

initiated from your bank account by you or any other person, who might have access to your account.

Detailed report on initiated transactions and reasons for cancellation can be found in the attachment.

I love this one.  The scammer forgot to proofread the subject line and apparently wants to send me “nits”.  Yuk. DON’T open the attachment.  It’s a zip file and I’d be willing to bet that it contains a trojan or other malware. Dear Valued Client, We strongly believe that your account may have been compromised.…

I love this one.  The scammer forgot to proofread the subject line and apparently wants to send me “nits”.  Yuk. DON’T open the attachment.  It’s a zip file and I’d be willing to bet that it contains a trojan or other malware. Dear Valued Client, We strongly believe that your account may have been compromised.…

6 thoughts on “NACHA security nitification

  1. We are getting these e-mails in the Netherlands too.
    Is very irritating as I have received quite a number of them. Keep deleting them but they just keep coming.

  2. Yep, I’ve been sent several nitifications too. Didn’t open the attachment, of course. I’ve also received communications purportedly from NACHA (and other financial bodies) which do not include an attachment. Quite why the spammer does this is a mystery.

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