I see at least one fake email notification from my email administrator every day. Which is hilarious because I am my email administrator. They usually claim I exceeded a quota or have some other problem. Most have English grammar problems. But this one – somebody put some care into this fake email notification. It looks like a routine spam quarantine notice. It will fool people if it gets through spam filters. It didn’t fool me because my email system does not send notifications like this. The only giveaway from this one is where the links point. I’ll give it an A-.
If you see an email notification claiming to come from your email administrator, make sure it’s real before clicking here to make everything all better. Don’t phall for phishing scams.
For more phishing samples, see my phish collection.