07-19-2012 06:24 PM
I just got a mail from constant guard asking me to "reconcile my account". As my account is current, and I refuse to do their reconciliation, please advise as to where this mail can be forwarded to. I believe that it is a phishing attemp. If it is, I would like to get this to comcast so that the site can be disabled. The mail came in on my wifes account, and this mail is not an admin here at comcast. Please advise.
07-19-2012 07:36 PM - edited 07-19-2012 07:37 PM
It's a phshing email.
You'll find examples of recent ph\ishing emails here:
07-19-2012 08:11 PM
Low and behold, I am not the only other person who saw this and went, "What...?"
I looked into some of the background information on the person who sent it. If comcast wished to crack down upon the pests trying to get account information, I have tracked one (In case there are many varied ones) of the e-mail addresses used. This one in particular was sent to me, by "email@example.com"
"AS17183 Infinitum Technologies Inc." Is the company that is hosting the server.
"18.104.22.168" Is the direct IP address, and just as well it is located within the united states in Kansas near El Dorado off of NW 120th ST and River Valley Rd.
And if there was any true doubt of things:
"From: firstname.lastname@example.org " Don't exactly match as far as a professional business is concerned.
I hope this helps.
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