A Warning From The Better Business Bureau About Another Email Scam
It’s not from them and actually contains a dangerous virus. A similar thing happened a few weeks ago.
If you see “Complaint from your customers” in the subject line, the email is fraudulent. Just ignore it and delete it immediately. An example of the return address is email@example.com. The BBB does not use that. There’s also a link for a non-BBB website. Do not click on the link. This will damage your computer.
If you have a business or know of someone’s business that received the email to not click on any links or reply to the message, completely delete the message from your inbox, and run a full virus scan on your computer if you did click on any links.
The BBB would like to find the perpetrator, so if you receive the bogus email forward the message to firstname.lastname@example.org. The BBB also has a Scam Portal that you can submit any of the information that you may have at bbb.org/scam/report-a-scam and then make sure that you delete it.
You can also help by phone, or if you have any questions, please call BBB serving Upstate New York at 877-478-8083. The BBB is always there to help us, and I like to be able to help them out when I can. Hopefully you didn’t get the email.