The latest 'Top 10' Phishing Scams

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If you receive one of these messages in your inbox you should delete it and not follow the links in the message.

If you want to check your account, you should type the bank or company website directly into your web browser, or add a bookmark, rather than following links in an email.

If you are unsure if an email you receive is legitimate, visit the companies website directly, phone the company, or contact their Customer Services or fraud department to confirm that they sent the mail.

  1. PayPal User Confirmation
  2. Comerica Bank SSL Certificate Update. Certificate is due to expire in 5 days
  3. Comerica Web Bank Certificate Renewal
  4. NEWS - Comerica Bank Certificate Renewal. Certificate is due to expire in 5 days
  5. Certificate approved Comerica Bank - ready to Download/Install
  6. Comerica Bank Certificate is due to expire 1st may 2008
  7. DigicertSSL Update ComericaWeb Bank. Certificate is due to expire in 5 days
  8. Comerica TM Connect Web Bank certificate is due to expire in 5 days
  9. Your Renewed Comerica Bank SSL Certificate. Certificate is due to expire in 5 days
  10. Comerica TM Connect Web Bank Certificate is due to expire 1st may 2008

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