Betrugsversuch: Ausgeraubt in Madrid

Wenn man solche Mails von einem Bekannten bekommt:

“I’m sorry for this odd request because it might get to you too urgent but it’s because of the situation of things right now,I’m stuck in Madrid Spain with my family right now,we came down here on vacation,we were robbed, worse of it was that our bags, cash and credit cards were stolen of us at GUN POINT, it’s such a crazy experience for us, we need help flying back home, the authorities are not being 100% supportive but the good thing is that we still have our passports but don’t have enough money to clear the hotel bills, please i need you to loan me some money, I’ll reimburse you as soon as I’m back home.PROMISE,You have my word,Hope to hear from you soon.

Best regards.
Name”

heisst es natürlich aufpassen, obwohl Name und Mailadresse Original sind. In diesem Fall wird wohl das Konto des Bekannten gehackt worden sein.

Also:

– auf keinen Fall antworten

– den Bekannten benachrichtigen, aber möglichst “offline”

– wer Zugriff auf die Mails hat, kann auch viele weiteren Dienste knacken, die meisten “Passwort zurücksetzen” Funktionen von Online Diensten basieren ja auch auf der Mailadresse…

– immer sichere Passwörter benutzen 😉

I’m sorry for this odd request because it might get to you too urgent but it’s because of the situation of things right now,I’m stuck in Madrid Spain with my family right now,we came down here on vacation,we were robbed, worse of it was that our bags, cash and credit cards were stolen of us at GUN POINT, it’s such a crazy experience for us, we need help flying back home, the authorities are not being 100% supportive but the good thing is that we still have our passports but don’t have enough money to clear the hotel bills, please i need you to loan me some money, I’ll reimburse you as soon as I’m back home.PROMISE,You have my word,Hope to hear from you soon.

Best regards.

Sven
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