New “AOL Administration Center Notification” Scam Spam
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A whole lot of people are getting the latest spam scam that supposedly is sent from the “AOL Administration Center” (there is no such thing, folks). Coming from the spoofed email address “AOLCenter@message.aol.com”, the email tells you that “you have 1 notification”, and includes a link to click to see the “notification”.

That link really goes to the aptly named http://unifiedmed.com/jerks.html, which in turn forwards to viagralevitratestosterone.com, and we don’t need to tell you what they are selling there! It is, in fact, classic Canadian pharmacy spam.


Here is the full text of the bogus email:

Subject: AOL Administration Center Notification #53496
From: AOL Administration Center (R) AOLCenter@message.aol.com
reply-to “AOL Administration Center (R)”

Hi,

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You have 1 notification (#53496) from AOL Administration Center ®
Please follow the instructions to continue.

Thanks,
The AOL Mail Team

Click here to opt out of receiving future promotional e-mail messages from AOL or go to AOL Keyword: Email Preferences and unsubscribe. This screen name cannot respond to replies.

 

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No Paywall Here!
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