Email Fraud Alert


Following the directions in this email will make the Cyber Crook rich and You poor.
If you check the email address details, you will see following:

As you can clearly see, the spoofed from address and the return address have nothing to do with each other and the return address certainly has nothing to do with Wells Fargo.
Don't be fooled by such an attempt to steal your money and probably your identity.

This notice supposedly came from “Wells Fargo” but it could come from any Bank since the bank name is only the come on to get you to react to their request.
Your bank would never send out this type of request for information.

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