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Beware: Hilton HHonors members


TUG Lifetime Member
Jun 6, 2005
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San Jose, CA
Resorts Owned
Kauai Marriott Beach Club
I've been getting some slick email phishing attempts with subject: Welcome to Hilton HHonors

No mispelled words, personalize greeting using my full name, good graphics and membership numbers and login pin

Problem is that I have no relationship/membership with Hilton. All the clickable links go to a very non-Hilton type link starting with: http ://echo.epsilon .com/....

If this had come from Marriott Vacation Club, I might have been fooled into clicking a link

Let's be careful put there!
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