Beware of fake Wells Fargo emails floating around today. The email is accompanied by an attachment (Report_04122013.zip 97 KB) that contains a trojan as revealed by a Virus Total scan. See also Wells Fargo’s official website on “Fraudulent Emails, Websites and Phishing Variations“.
— Wells Fargo Bank (@Ask_WellsFargo) April 12, 2013
[alert style=”danger”]We are unable to process your International Wire Transfer request due to insufficient funds in the identified account.
Review the information below and contact your Relationship Manager if you have questions, or make immediate arrangements to fund the account. If funds are not received by 04/12/2013 03:00 pm PT, the file may not be processed.
Please view the attached file for more details on this transaction.
Any email address changes specific to the Wire Transfer Service should be directed to Treasury Management Client Services at 1-800-AT-WELLS (1-800-289-3557).
Event Message ID: S093-3763379
Date/Time Stamp: Fri, 12 Apr 2013 10:18:30 -0500
Please do not reply to this email; this mailbox is only for delivery of Event Messaging notices. To ensure you receive these notices, add ofsrep.ceoemigw[@]wellsfargo.com to your address book.
For issues related to the receipt of this message, call toll free 1-800-AT-WELLS (1-800-289-3557) Monday through Friday between 4:00 am and 7:00 pm and Saturday between 6:00 am and 4:00 pm Pacific Time.
Customers outside the U.S. and Canada may contact their local representative’s office, or place a collect call to Treasury Management Client Services at 1-704-547-0145.
Please have the Event Message ID available when you call.[/alert]