Fake Invoice

Invoice scams: Voice Message [Akira Edition]

This scam comes straight from one of our own at Scamadviser who received this via email.



Name/Email address: akira@e-pcs.co.jp



Subject line: Invoice&Payment8747.Pdf


 


"FYI,


I sent the secured Invoice and payment reciepts via docsign


 


DocSign attchment sent                 Expires Nov , 2018
Invoice&Payment8747.Pdf           18.1 MB


Download Attachments (Link removed for your safety!)
 


Sincerely,
Mail Adminstrator.


 


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