Isn’t it a fundamental truism of internet security that no service provider should EVER ask you for the password that you use to access your account with them? I received this email:
The fonts didn’t come through here as they were in the email, but the text alternates randomly between 2 different font sizes, and generally looks a little goofy.
The impressive thing is that there is a box for me to type in my UIN and password, and a “send!” button as if it was the application itself asking my to validate my identity! Even being the naturally suspicious type that I am I was still tempted to respond with my tippy-top-secret password.
I forwarded the email to email@example.com feeling that they should already know who is & isn’t using their account. If I log on at my PC, then I’m using it (duh).
Is there ever any legit reason why a service provider might need to ask you what your password is?