Re: Phishing responses
From: Beachcomber (not_real_at_xxx.yyy)
Date: Fri, 28 Oct 2005 18:10:54 GMT
>...sure or you can simply forward the email as an attachment (which is
>probably the easiest way to do it).
I usually forward the Phishing e-mails to email@example.com or
firstname.lastname@example.org as appropriate and I get the routine form letter back
saying "we will investigate".
Does anyone know if these organizations really try to investigate and
prosecute the phishers? Is there any track record of sucessful
shutdowns and prosecutions?
Or is it just good public relations for them to feign concern for
their clients, but not really do anything...