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Scam Report Type: at  
Scam ReporterScam Tips Received
No Name
Medina, OH, United States
2016-04-17 02:14:06
MalWare, Trojans, Virus payloads
USAA VIRUS FROM SCAMMEREmail Attached  
 Scammer
  Information
Email Address:
   inth@fts.net
Secure document attached

Usaa Secure Doc .pdf


REPORTED TO USAA
RESPONSE:
NOTE:
This mailbox is not monitored for account or policy transaction requests or complaints.
To make an account or policy transaction request or if this is a customer service related issue, please contact USAA at 800-531-8722.
Thank you for reporting a potentially fraudulent communication claiming to be from USAA (email, text, phone call). Rest assured USAA will investigate this matter immediately and take appropriate action. If our investigation determines the communication is fraudulent, we'll take steps to have the fraudulent site shutdown.

If you supplied any personal information in response to a suspicious phone call, text message or email, please call Member Security Advisor Services at 1-877-762-7256.

Things to remember:

• Do not reply to this or any email with personal information, such as passwords, Social Security numbers, credit card numbers, or bank account numbers.
• Learn more about USAA Account Security tips and guidance at www.usaa.com/accountsecurity.
• Communications from USAA will always have a Security Zone stamp, look for your name and last 4 of your member number to confirm the communication came from USAA.

Thank you again for bringing the suspicious communication to our attention and partnering with us to keep your accounts safe. Your reporting of a phishing email helps USAA shut down hundreds of phishing websites every month. In fact, USAA shut down 6,724 fraudulent websites in 2014!
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