Monday, June 18, 2012

Reset Liberty reserve account data trick

Today we pay Your attention to some old scam trick and show step by step how scum may gets Your private info to reset your Liberty reserve account data  to rob your LR.
First step scammer sent fake email that is claim to be from Liberty Reserve
Here is latest email, the name of this scum is  Romeo   
Operated from Spain
Here is email
Please note that in all e-mails from Liberty Reserve we will:
Always inform you about security changes.
Never send you any links or attached files.
Never ask you to send us your password and/or login PIN.
 1. The text above if fake  original text would  be like this:

Please note that in all e-mails from Liberty Reserve we will:
1. Always address you by your first name.
2. Never send you any links or attached files.
3. Never ask you to send us your password and/or login PIN.

 2. LR always address you by your first name. Email isn't my name ;)

We are glad to present our new security improvements.

This is a real owner verification
Please login to Liberty Reserve account and update your security information today. If you don't update your account in 24 hours we will suspend your account and you will not be able to send or recive money.

How can I update my account information?

Click the link below and confirm your Liberty Reserve account information, otherwise your account access will be suspended:

 3. The Link also fake, if you move muse over the link you will see real link, in this case  that is redirect you to another site, there is may be any link
since scum is used different sites
Please DO NOT reply to this e-mail.

Please help us to improve our security everyday.
Thank you for understanding.
For information and support please use our contact form in the help section of our web site.

Thank you.

If you click the link  you will be taken to Fake Liberty reserve site on this page

They ask you provide Your LR account number and Email that is used for LR, when you click "Confirm" button Info will be send to the scum.   And You will be taken to the next page
On this page they ask you provide Security Question / Answer / Zip    this info will be used later to reset Your Liberty reserve Pass, Pin and so on.  If you have gives them info and click "Proceed"
You will be take to Fake Google Mail  site   (In fact just page on the same server just imitated Gmail)
That's final step of their Fake Show, on this page victim gives them his Gmail  login  and will be redirect to real Liberty reserve site.
Later scum will be reset Your Liberty reserve Pass / Pin   and empty Your liberty reserve account.

Please,  ignore all such email, don't be Victim  don't give any chances to this scammers.
Rules is simple as always 

You can prevent spoof from affecting you

Spoof or phishing emails and the spoof websites often associated with them are deceptive in appearance. However, they contain content that reveals that they are fake. The most important thing to do to protect yourself is to be able to spot this misleading content:

What to watch out for

  1. Generic greetings. Many spoof emails begin with a general greeting, such as: "Dear Liberty Reserve member."
  2. A false sense of urgency. Most spoof emails try to deceive you with the threat that your account is in jeopardy if you don’t update it ASAP.
  3. Fake links. The text in a link looks valid, but then sends you to a spoof address. Always check where a link is going before you click. Move your mouse over it and look at the URL in your browser or email status bar. If the link looks suspicious, do not click on it, and be aware that a fake link may even have the text "LibertyReserve" in it. If you are not sure about an email, forward the suspicious email to Liberty Reserve support for analysis.

Questions Liberty Reserve will never ask you in an email

To help you better identify fake emails, we follow strict rules. We will never ask for the following personal information in emails:
  • Credit and debit card numbers;
  • Bank account numbers;
  • Driver’s License numbers;
  • Email addresses;
  • Passwords;
  • Your full name.