This one is kind of funny. First, there’s what looks like a reversed smiley face in the subject (maybe it was supposed to be a copyright symbol). Then there’s the tortured grammar in the first sentence. The friendly footer looks like it might be from a real Western Union message, inviting me to send comments. But the very last line says not to reply to the email, even though the reply address is the one I’ve just been invited to write to.
Sender: Western-Union (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Notice from WesternUnion) : Account Deactivate.
Attachment: Western Union Holdings.html
We are sorry to inform you that your WesternUnion Account has been Deactivate.
A high number of failed login attempts have been recorded on your online account.
As a security measure we had to temporarily deactivate your account.
To restore your account we have attached a form to this email.
Please download the form and follow the instructions on your screen.
(ex: Internet Explorer 9, Firefox 3, Safari 3, Opera 9).
We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.
We are continually improving our Web site to better serve you.
Be sure to check back with us often as we add exciting new services to meet your financial needs.
If you have questions or need assistance, our customer service team is here to help.
Email us at email@example.com Be sure to remember and protect your User Name and Password.
Never share it with anyone, and avoid logging in to fraudulent Websites by always visiting www.westernunion.com directly.
Thank you for using Western Union!
DO NOT REPLY TO THIS EMAIL. IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS PLEASE CONTACT US