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spam *NEW*

New email spam/scam that is going around to comcast customers. Please folks, do not respond or otherwise reply back to this letter with your credit card information. As you can see this email originates from an RR.com (RoadRunner) IP address. Not to mention this email appears to be a mass mail list. The actual link they send you to belongs to a nac.net address "66.246.57.7"

From support@comcast.net Mon Oct 27 19:55:01 2003

Received: from mail.com (246.57.35.65.cfl.rr.com[65.35.57.246](untrusted sender))

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From: "Comcast Service"

Subject: Comcast : [Incident: 091005-000794]

Date: Tue, 28 Oct 2003 02:29:42 +0330

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Dear Comcast user,

We recently attempted to bill your account but we seemed to receive an error when charging your card. This can occur for a variety of reasons including card expiration, over-limit, suspicion of fraud, or several other technical difficulties. Please visit the Comcast Billing Center, by clicking the below hyperlink, and update your information so this issue can be cleared up.

Comcast Billing Center

Thank you,
Walter James
Comcast? Billing Department