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Beware of Fake LinkWorth Phishing Emails

If you are linkworth member.Beware a Phishing emails that are being sent
that appear to come from "support@linkworth.com"This scam letter was
confirmed a Phishing emails by linkworth.

The email in question looked like this:

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Dear Customer,

This e-mail was send by linkworth.com to notify you that we have
temporanly prevented access to your account.

We have reasons to beleive that your account may have been accessed by
someone else. Please run this file and Follow instructions:

Download link / attachment link setup . [zip]


Regard
linkworth.com
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Don't click on the attachment link.Linkworth never sent this type of
notify letter.According to LW,The only reason a message would be sent to
you regarding access to your account is if the account holder themselves
requested to change the password.

If there is ever a question, just go straight to LinkWorth.com and
login to your account directly or open a ticket at support@linkworth.com.

If you receive other type emails, please report them to
admin@linkworth.com and let LW create a list of the emails to ensure it
protects everyone.Let's kick those scammer/hacker away.

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