Scam Number: Email: [email protected]
Domain Used: “Playstation Store”
Extra Info: Received this email (redacted personal, identifiable information) from “Playstation” on 6/16/22. Knew it was fake all along due to multiple things such as the email listed as the sent from (have purchased things from them before and that’s not the noreply), that’s not my card, and Half Life 3 as the game listed (on top of it being only $20 too; what a steal!).
That’s good. My friend who works with them sent me this thinking it was pure spam as opposed to some Phishing training/awareness campaign. Considering I don’t like clicking links unless I’m in a virtual machine, isn’t there some kind of link scanner like there is for Virus Total or Hybrid Analysis has for files? I recall there being one, but it slips my mind what it was called.
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