NACHA Rejected ACH Transaction Mail: A ScamNovember 13th, 2009 - 10:49 pm ICT by GD
By Meena Kar
Nov.13, (THAINDIAN NEWS) One more scam has started on the Internet from Thursday and aims to acquire money from people’s accounts in a fraudulent way. This time, the scam is related to a fake email with the name of “NACHA- The Electronic Payment System”. Sources state that the some cyber thieves send emails to different people with the subject ‘Rejected ACH Transaction’. The recipients of the mail are directed to click a link that will give them the reports of the transactions that could not be completed. Most of the anti-virus used these days cannot trace this malware and so it is easy to trick people with these mails. Reports state hat only sixteen anti-virus softwares have detected the report in the mail as malicious and prevented people to become a victim of this scam.
Experts have started to work on this scam mail and more than thirty false websites of NACHA were tracked down by the Alabama University researchers. Officials of NACHA have warned people to ignore such emails and not to click on the link as it may contain the virus or malware.
According to the sources, common internet users will not pay much attention to the mail as they do not have to deal with ACH transactions. It has been stated that the mastermind behind this scam generally targets business organizations as the ACH transaction is quite important for business deals. The link that is embedded in the mail directs people to a fake website of NACHA, which provide people with false reports of transaction. These reports contain a copy of the malware ‘Zeus/Zbot’ that can swindle bank accounts. Sources state that this malware has earlier exploited many companies.
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