Protect Yourself and Report the Latest Frauds, Scams, Spams, Fakes, Identify Theft Hacks and Hoaxes
This is not scam created BY Chase; they are a victim as well. If you receive an email similar to the one below, DO NOT click on the link, and do not enter any information on the forms there.
The website that the link leads to is a spoof; a fake website, not created by Chase. When you enter the information they ask for, you will simply be handing the thieves the keys to your bank accounts. That is how spoofing and phishing works.
Remember, no reputable business would send you an email requesting your personal account information. Any such email you receive asking for this information should be considered phony and brought to the attention of the business being 'phished'.
Anytime you need to go to a website for your bank, credit card companies or other personal, financial or confidential information; do not follow a link in an email; just type their address in your browser directly (such as www.Chase.com )
Below are actual phishing emails that started circulating in late 2005. We have removed the links to the phisher's website.
Please forward the email you received to firstname.lastname@example.org so Chase can investigate it for you. You'll receive an automated response to let Chase know we received the email, and they willl follow up with you if necessary in 2 business days.
If you're worried you might have unintentionally compromised your Chase account, Please contact Chase immediately. The sooner they know what has happened, the sooner they can begin to help you.
If you have compromised any of these types of information below, please notify Chase at one of the numbers on this page.
For more information about phishing, see