StubHub Email Hijacked for Phishing Scam
Hundreds of people across the United States have reported receiving an email claiming to be from San Francisco ticket company StubHub. The emails reference an order for a boxing event that the recipient did not place. This is a phishing email to gather personal information.
* Change your password if you have an account at StubHub. Do this through the StubHub website and not through an email.
* Send a copy of the scam email to StubHub so they can investigate. You can send it to firstname.lastname@example.org<mailto:email@example.com>.
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