Visa account holders targetted by fraudsters

The recent spate of attacks on internet bank account holders by fraudsters has extended to credit card accounts, with a mass mailed attempt to trick Visa account holders into giving out their account details.
From: Visa International Service [mailto:security@visa-security.com]
Sent: 06 December 2003 4:26 AM
To: XXXXXXXXXXXX
Subject: Visa Security Update

http://www.geocities.com/cardvisa3/p_secure_holiday.jpg

Dear Customer,
Our latest security system will help you to avoid possible fraud actions and
keep your investments in safety.
Due to technical security update you have to reactivate your account
Click on the link below to login to your updated Visa account.
To log into your account, please visit the Visa Website at

http://www.visa.com


http://www.visa.com:UserSession=2f6q9uuu88312264trzzz55884495&

usersoption=SecurityUpdate&StateLevel=GetFrom@61.252.126.191/verified_by_visa.html
We respect your time and business.
It's our pleasure to serve you.
Please don't reply to this email. This e-mail was generated by a mail
handling system.

Copyright 1996-2003, Visa International Service Association. All rights
reserved.

Although the mail uses images hosted with Netfirms and Geocities, the main hosting location for the scam is the 61.252.126.191 ip address which is registered in Korea.

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