Spammers aren’t Tinkerbell; Identity Theft Takes the Disney Magic Out of the Magic Kingdom


Scammers aren’t above using the most trusted brands to con you out of money. This scam allows spammers to whistle while they work – all the way to the bank. This time, they are offering “free” Disneyland tickets.

The email explains that the free tickets you signed up for a few months ago were shipped to the wrong address. It directs you to a URL requesting your name, address, and many other personal details. Once you submit these you are informed that your information is being processed (it sure is…).

Of course, you don’t get the tickets, and they do get a vacation, thanks to your trust in the Disney brand.

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