“Today I received an email from firstname.lastname@example.org. Already at the beginning it seemed doubtful that such letter would come in November. However, even more bizarre became the thing when I opened the link from this email. It is obvious that this email seeks to scam out of naive people their credit card details – card number, CVV2 code” a person who received the letter writes in her Facebook post.
Variation of scam reappeared:
The messages are written in bad Estonian, and people are asked to give up their name, personal identification code, address, phone number, and credit card details. They are sent off from an address not connected to the Tax and Customs Board (MTA).