According to researchers from ESET the security company, Internauts require being wary of scam e-mails along with fake posts from Facebook that Tesco the MNC for grocery as also common merchandise products is supposedly distributing online. Read More ..
Displaying a header "Customer Satisfaction Survey" as well as showing Tesco.firstname.lastname@example.org in the sender's field, the scam electronic mail tells the recipient that he's the lucky one to answer a survey by Tesco that'll also gain him one gift certificate worth EUR50. However, to furnish the details in a form and subsequently get the reward, he requires clicking a given web-link.
Moreover, the e-mail tries to appear real and lawful, so it states that it's an automated missive requiring no reply.
Indeed, the e-mail seeming to be from Tesco.ie, while having one German address looks greatly unusual that becomes completely so when the questionnaire actually directs the user to give his entire credit-card information.