Scam alert: Beware of phishing emails pretending to come from Fujifilm
If you’re a Fujifilm user and customer, pay close attention to emails you get from the company. People have received spam emails that claim to be from Fuji, even using the brand’s domain in the email address. It looks like they’ve reached so many people that Fujifilm Japan issued an official warning to its customers.
Fuji Rumors Google translated the official warning from the Japanese website. It states that the content of the email warns the recipient that an illegal product order has been made on a “major e-commerce site.” There’s a “cancel order” button in the email, prompting you to click it. Like all phishing emails, clicking this button will most likely lead to the theft of your personal information, including your full name, address, phone number, and bank details.
Fujifilm Japan warns that fake emails come from the following addresses:
So, if you receive an email that requires you to cancel your Fujifilm order, do not click anything. If anything about an email address or text seems suspicious, mark it as spam, and don’t click on any links. To further protect yourself from phishing scams, read this article. Stay safe!
[via Digital Camera World]
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