Watch out for for fake hoax scam fraud email from hackers send from twitter, the email look exactly like twitter, it has twitter logos colors and everything, but if you look closely the links aren’t twitter, it’s taking you to some unknown website, could be some kind of black hat methods for getting hits and traffic to that site, that site might also contain hacking code contents or malwares adwares and so on. Don’t click on anything on email like this, just delete it, or you can also check it directly from twitter side by going to twitter website directly.
Sent: Tuesday, October 30, 2012 7:39 AM
Subject: Claire Davies (@ClaireDavies) has sent you a direct message on Twitter!
Can i publish link to your photo on my website?
Direct message sent by Claire Davies (@ClaireDavies) to you (firstname.lastname@example.org) on Oct 30, 11:39 AM.
Send a message to @ClaireDavies
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