Chase Bank Phishing Scam Email

Chase Bank Scam Email

Following on from the Bank of America and Ally Bank phishing scam emails, I’m now receiving similar emails from Chase Bank.

The Chase bank scam email appears to come from noreply@chase.com, but of course, it doesn’t. The Chase Customer form itself goes to a page on jurewb.com, so it there’s a good chance it comes from there.

The email has the subject line: Chase Bank customer service: important announce and the email is: 

Note: This is a service message regarding the Chase Customer Form.Dear customer:As part of the new security measures, all Chase bank customers are required to complete Chase Customer Form. Please complete the form as soon as possible.To access the form please click on the following link:chaseonline.chase.com.jurewb.com/Secure/webform/OSL.aspx?LOB=37460036705736118391888391574092536843439611025060Thank you for being a valued customer.

Sincerely,

Chase Customer Service

Chase Customer Service Form

Chase will never address an email to “Dear Customer” and they will never ask you to complete a form on an email.  If you receive this Chase phishing email, don’t click on the link, just bin the email - You know it makes sense!

Update: New Chase Bank phishing emails sent out with different subject lines:

  • Chase Bank Customer Service Team: Urgent
  • online banking alert [message id: 6092976760] (Form goes to samibez.net)
  • confirm your data (message ref: 2029648960) (Form goes to nilverz.com)
  • Chase Bank: security measures [message ref: 6899975240] (form - samibez.com)

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