The email purportedly delivers an electronic Merchant Billing Statement to the recipient:
Unfortunately, the attached file is nothing of the sort, but a piece of information-stealing malware.
"The scammers have attempted to make the email sound more believable by including a link to the genuine Chase Paymentech as well as legitimate sounding liability and confidentiality statements," Hoax-Slayer points out.
"Chase Paymentech customers may open the attachment in the mistaken belief that it contains a legitimate file associated with their account. Non-customers may open the attachment with the view that some error has been made that may need to be rectified as soon as possible," he explained the danger.
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