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I've today received an email from an an address given as firstname.lastname@example.org, purporting to be from AOL. The message is as follows: Dear Valued Member: We were unable to process your most recent payment. Did you recently change your bank, phone number or credit card? To ensure that your service is not interrupted,After a few clicks just verify the information you entered is correct. ! please update your billing information today by Click here Sincerely, AOL Member Services Team. The message is followed by an exhaustive questionnaire that asks for a social security number, password and other information unlikely to be requested by AOL. I have not responded but would like your advice. Thanks. email@example.com
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