Originally Posted by mickeyd
Hmm...but how would Chase have my email address and want me to send them data?
"Chase" doesn't have any information about you nor are they even aware that someone is using their name. What someone has done is send out a kagillion (that's a billion billion) emails so as to hit upon those that do have a Chase account. They hope that one of those people will panic and click on the links so they (the phisher) can weedle the data needed to access an account. It is not directed at you personally... you are what is know as "collateral." See Phishing
If you are civic minded (and you think you will make a difference), you can log in to Chase"s website (Chase Personal Banking Investments Credit Cards Student Loans Home Auto Commercial Small Business Insurance
) and find their fraud department's email address (firstname.lastname@example.org
.) and forward the offending email with (very important) the header information.
You could also forward the same information to the originating ISP using something like NetInfo - IPNetInfo: Retrieve IP Address Information from WHOIS servers
to obtain their Abuse Department address.
or... you can just hit the "delete" key and enjoy the rest of your day.