03-15-2013 08:56 PM
03-16-2013 10:40 AM - edited 03-16-2013 10:40 AM
I received one and actually clicked on it. It looked pretty real. Here's a copy and paste:
|This email was sent because it contains important information about your account. Please note that if you have previously unsubscribed from Experian.com, you will no longer receive newsletters or special offers. However, you will continue to receive email notifications regarding your account. To ensure that you'll receive emails from us, please add email@example.com to your address book.|
*If it has been less than thirty days since you joined Experian.com, your monthly credit statement includes your information for the period of time you have been enrolled.
I clicked on the EX link within the graphic and the URL in that is legit for Experian. I clicked using my iPhone and the page was slow at loading and I closed it after 3-4 seconds of waiting. It wasn't until I logged on my e-mail using my Network Solutions e-mail page that I saw the ZIP file at the bottom (despite not showing as an attachment in the attachment column....not enclosed) and also noticed the exprpt.com URL at the intro of the e-mail (not sure if that's legit or not). It got me.
ETA...the typesetting is off.
03-19-2013 12:07 PM
Man, it had me nervous to open any Ex emails. But, looks like the ones I have are legit from their normal support email
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