Egg Bank—

I thought this one was interesting because from the first instance, I looked at the domain name and it was off line. Whether the registrar managing that domain turned it off or the owner, I do not know but the fact is a dig -x returned nothing. And no IP means no risk to connect to anything...

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We recently have determined that different computers have logged onto your account Banking, and multiple password failures were present before the logins. We now need you to re-confirm your account information to us. If this is not completed by July 26, 2008, we will be forced to suspend your account indefinitely, as it may have been used for fraudulent purposes. We thank you for your cooperation in this manner. To confirm your Account Egg Online records click on the following link:

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