Oy, they just don’t stop, do they? Instead of sending the typical job, delivery, bank, or inheritance message, these scammers are using the an organizational name and logo to trick victims into compliance.
The Better Business Bureau (BBB) has been around for years, and no one wants a bad report floating around for potential customers or partners to see. Scammers know it, and are sending messages to any and every home and small business owner out there. This is what I received:
From: Jmchuree@aol.com ( likely an innocent victim, but better safe than sorry)
Subject: Your Urgent Response Is Required
|To whom it may concern:
Re: Case # 727760572255
The Better Business Bureau would like to inform you, that one of your clients has recently submitted to us a claim relative to their dealings with you. Please use the link below to carefully read the information about the complaint: http://www.bbb.org/
In order to save your time and good customer relations, we encourage you to let the BBB know about your position in this matter in writing by January 31, 2012 . Your unwillingness to promptly pay attention to this issue may affect the Reliability Report we give to consumers about your company.
We hope to hear from you shortly.
© 2012 Council of Better Business Bureaus
If you receive this message, The BBB advises you to delete it from your inbox and again from your trash. Better safe than sorry.