Discussion in 'Current Events' started by zzzz, Nov 15, 2011.
It came up as spam but I wonder if it really is from who it says it is from.
That email address does not come up with a clean, direct result when Googled, so though it may be legit, I doubt it- smells to me like you're being phished.
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Gotta hand it to em, the phishers are getting more creative.
ZZZZ, the 359th is a reservist group that is no longer IN Iraq. Their tour ended in April. April 7th to be exact.
It's a scam and one that you should report to CID at either the nearest US Army base OR to the CID at the base in New Haven Connecticut where those reservist are stationed.
I would forward that email with full headers to them, explain what it is and let them handle it.
WhoEVER this POS is...they NEED to have a couple ol' boys with body armor and M-4s adjust their thinking processes for them! ;~)
By the way, Lt. Col. Dennis E. Dockery WAS their commander in Iraq. If you contact him, he MAY be able to put you onto who to turn that over to.
If you get spam email that you think is deceptive, forward it to email@example.com
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Forward means just that...
... don't cut and paste the message body...
... they need the header info of the email to trace it back to its origin...
... forward the entire message.
Forward all spam to firstname.lastname@example.org
No, its definitely not.
Do not call the military. Forward to email@example.com
Thanks. I usually just delete most spam but I have to glance over them without opening them to make sure legit e mails are not mistakenly placed there. This one looked different because it was military. I had already deleted the e mail but forwarded the contents. Thanks for the address, I am always getting spam about deals and winning stuff but just delete them without looking at them.
Separate names with a comma.