We have been notified of a recent spam email that appears to be from the NECA delivering a "Secure message" with an attachment and a request for the user to sign in, even providing instructions for new users.
WARNING: Do Not Open the Email Attachment or Link!
Here is an example of the email received:
In the highlighted area above, you can see the email is not coming from a verified necanet.org address. It is actually from, "Support@ixzfo.org".
Red Flags to Spot Potential Spam:
Is the email out of the ordinary or unexpected?
Is the senders email from an unknown or suspicious domain like the above example: Support@ixzfo.org?
When you hover your mouse over the link, is it for an unknown website link?
If you have any questions, or would like assistance determining whether an email is spam or legitimately from the NECA, please contact Chenrée Lockley at 301-215-4553 or, Chenree.email@example.com.