Beware Of McDonald's Phishing Scam
Fast food is bad for your health and your bank account won't feel very well either if you fall for the latest phishing trick on the web.
December 2, 2008
The soon-to-be victims are first require to complete a short survey. The next step requires them give phishers their banking details, including their name, email address, and credit card data. The information is required, the phishers claim in the email, so that repondents would be able to receive their $75 bonus.
This scam is not the first and will most certainly won't be the last. According to Trend Micro, fraudsters tried their luck with similar scams involving Wal-Mart, American Airlines, and U.S. President-Elect Barack Obama.
I just wonder who'd next on their list...