Walmart - May 16th Phishing Scam If you received an email on the morning of May 16th, 2013 with the title "Thanks for your Walmart.com order" from "Wallmart.com" (with two L's) but you did not place an order, please know that this is NOT from Walmart.com, and appears to be a phishing scam attempting to gather information.
Do not click on any of the links in the email. Please delete the email.
Check your statements to see if any unauthorized charges were placed or are pending and monitor your statements
If unauthorized charges were placed, please contact your bank or credit card company to dispute the charges. Your financial institution is the best avenue to recover funds.
For emails received from"Wallmart.com" (with two L's), a Walmart order was not actually placed.
At this point it appears that no accounts were accessed, but you can delete any saved payment information and reset your password as a preventative measure
Turbo Tax Phishing email
If you receive emails that appear to be from TurboTax stating that “Your State Return Has Been Rejected,” please be aware that these are not from Calhoun Banks or TurboTax. Please do not open the attachment and do not forward the email. Delete the email.
Recommended steps for those who may receive the phishing email:
1.Do not open the attachment in the email.
2.Do not forward the email to anyone else.
3.Delete the email.
Below is a copy of the fraudulent email – the attachment was named “TAX_610717852.zip”
This is the end of the fake email.
NOTICE: E-mail links on this website are not secure or encrypted. DO NOT send account information such as account numbers, amounts, personal information or PIN numbers. Calhoun Banks will never request a customer to send account information via e-mail. If you receive a request of this nature, please contact the bank immediately.