A List of Phishing E-Mails and Other Scams Sent to StationX

I thought I would publish the phishing and other scam emails we get so that if anyone searches the content of the emails they will find this page and know its a scam. I’ll add more as we get them. Usually our security blocks them but sometimes they get through. 

WARNING THESE EMAILS ARE SCAMS!!

Return-Path: <emileliang@ieiworld.com>
From: “emile liang”<emileliang@ieiworld.com>
Subject: Payment For Outstanding Invoices
Date: 16 Sep 2020 21:50:35 -0700
Message-ID: <20200916215035.DB4CA135425C7D77@ieiworld.com>
MIME-Version: 1.0
Good day,

Can you confirm below invoice if the payment details are correct
as we intend to make remittance this week for our due
outstanding. Please check the attached Invoice ASAP and
get back to us. Waiting your Quick Response.

Sharon So/Accounts Dept
Ieiworld Eastern Ship Management (Hong Kong) Ltd

Add: 27th floor, 248 Queen’s road East,
Wanchai, Hong Kong
Tel: +852-31437788
Fax: +852-28610742
Email: emileliang@ieiworld.com
Web: www.ieiworld.com
Ieiworld Eastern Ship Management (Hong Kong) Ltd. sender

Return-Path: <info@dbs.com.sg>
From: “DBS Bank”<info@dbs.com.sg>
Subject: TT- Swift Copy: 471/35/13A-2773 From DBS Bank
Date: 16 Sep 2020 21:09:24 -0700
Message-ID: <20200916210924.4F9E85523F32C895@dbs.com.sg>

Dear Sir / Ma 

Kindly find attached wire transfer slip for payment made to your account today on behalf of our banking customer for which we are intermediary.

Your Customer placed transfer request to your account on wednesday 16th September, 2020.

Payment is completed.

You are being submitted as your email was listed as contact details of the beneficiary.

Full details stated in attached.

Kind Regards,
Greg Van der Krol
Branch Finance Manager
DBS Bank


Return-Path: <noreply@jumper.cam>
Message-ID: <a463aaca3eeb722102fc6a3932e6dd81a25953a60f@jumper.cam>
Reply-To: Prentiss Richards <noreply@jumper.cam>
From: Prentiss Richards <noreply@jumper.cam>
Subject: Invoice transfer ID #121655 completed
Date: Mon, 21 Sep 2020 08:09:02 -0700

Payment expected #591716

Regards,
Prentiss Richards

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  • Alishia says:

    Phishing attacks are by far the most common type of cyberattack, attackers imitate a legal or authorized company and try to steal personal data or login credentials, these emails usually contain threats and also a sense of urgency for scaring the users into clicking the link.

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