Fraud Alert: Email phishing scam impersonates MasterCard Choice Rewards

November 15, 2010

A phishing email purportedly coming from cucardsonline.com asks members to click on a link that would appear to lead them to the MasterCard Choice Rewards website to enter personal information. This site is fraudulent. If you receive this email, do not click on the link.

The fraudulent email may suggest that you have not logged in for a certain number of days, and need to update your information by logging in to the site. Do not do this. Although the link appears to go to the MasterCard site, it is really a copycat site created by thieves to steal personal and password information and possibly install a trojan horse virus on your computer.

If you receive such an email, immediately delete the email without clicking on the link.

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