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May 23, 2016, 10:24:33 AM
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Yep there is a lot of mails with similar scams.

Today i received message from this address: Blockchain <no-reply@blockchain.info>

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You have earning 0.1 BTC/ days. Be sure to keep this safe and stored separately from your wallet.

Bitstamp Code:
X38sjZnd

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Email address looks legit, but it is obvious scam!
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May 23, 2016, 01:04:30 PM
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Yep there is a lot of mails with similar scams.

Today i received message from this address: Blockchain <no-reply@blockchain.info>

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Email address looks legit, but it is obvious scam!

I think it is easy to fake the "From :" part in emails, but the original address should appear somewhere in the next line or so?
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May 23, 2016, 01:53:47 PM
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He is trying to implant a malware into your computer so he can hack into it Grin
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May 23, 2016, 02:28:52 PM
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Yep there is a lot of mails with similar scams.

Today i received message from this address: Blockchain <no-reply@blockchain.info>

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Email address looks legit, but it is obvious scam!

I think it is easy to fake the "From :" part in emails, but the original address should appear somewhere in the next line or so?

Nope, all message is very clean. Also email looks very legit, so in first moment i was happy that i win something  Grin

under "code" is this link http://...triplesalto.org.../libraries.../...blockchain/ (without tripple dots)

My browser blocked it, but for sure it is some malware.
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