E-mail Quota Exceeded

How the scam works:

(with video below) You use your e-mail a lot for sending and receiving attachments, so you're not surprised if the limit is sometimes reached. However, watch out for an e-mail that is warning you about your e-mail exceeding its maximum limit and sounds like this:

"Dear Subscriber, this is to inform you that you have exceeded your e-mail quota limit. You need to increase it, otherwise your e- mail account will be disabled in 24 hours. Increase your e-mail quota limit now and continue to use your account.

By following the link that the scammers provide, you give personal info, starting with your e-mail password.

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How to avoid the Exceeded Email Quota scam:

In personal messages, if you are approached with “Dear Subscriber” instead of your real name (also look for bad grammar), you can bet it is a scam.

 

How to report the Exceeded Email Quota scam:

Make your family and friends aware of this scam by sharing it on social media using the buttons provided. You can also officially report the scammers to the Federal Trade Commission using the link below:

Report Scammers To The FTC Here

 

How to protect yourself more:

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2 thoughts on “E-mail Quota Exceeded”

  1. Dear Team
    I got this mail from that mail address – contactwatchtowerhub@gmail.com .
    They asked me to transfer my wages if i give 100 USD deposit for PIN withdraw.
    So I would like to request that they are scam or not.
    Their mails are below-

    Dear,
    This is to inform you that your deposit has been received in less than 24hours. Your fund will be sent to your Account, which requires an online ”WITHDRAWALTRANSFER PIN” which cost a refundable sum of $100

    Usually the pin comes after Worker’s must have received their funds but the system software update requires that the pin should be used for transfer.

    WE ADVICE THAT PIN SHOULD BE PAID FOR AS SOON AS POSSIBLE FOR WITHDRAWALS.

    TOTAL PAYMENT PROFIT:$5,950.00
    NOTE: YOUR INCOMING DEPOSIT WILL BE ADDED TO YOUR INCOMING WITHDRAWALS 24 HOUR’S AFTER DEPOSIT HAS BEEN MADE.

    Ensure your deposit is made within the next (24 hours) in order to avoid complications in allocating your total Payment

    BEST REGARDS,
    ABSTRICT MEDIA HOUSE!!!

    If you require any information, Please kindly let me know.

    Best Regards,
    Chit Ko Ko Win

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