Tonight I received an email from someone that owns the IP address of 22.214.171.124 that read as follows.
Dear Citibank Customer,
When signing on to Citibank Online, you or somebody else have made several login attempts and reached your daily attempt limit. As an additional security measure your access to Online Banking has been limited. This Web security measure does not affect your access to phone banking or ATM banking.
Please sign on and verify your information here. You will be able to attempt signing on to Citibank Online within twenty-four hours after you verify your information. (You do not have to change your Password at this time.)
Citibank Online Customer Service
Please note that the “here” link has been altered from it’s original destination. The thing that initially tipped me off is that this message was sent to an address that I have never given to Citibank.
Public service announcement: Like you have read everywhere else, use several heavy doses of skepticism when you receive any correspondence from your favored credit institutions.
I have never been all that involved in politics. I do have my opinions, but most people are soooo passionate about their political stance, and party affiliation I usually stay away from the subject all together.
I have to agree with the stance that there are two parties, one with bad ideas and one with no ideas. Anyway getting to the point… I saw the newest JibJab cartoon(?) the other day and I thought this was really funny.
While working on my Psychology assignment tonght I had to complete an online assingment. The E-IQ assessment test is really interesting to take and provides some stunningly accurate results. I didn’t pay the $6.20 for the detailed results, but I am thinking about it.
Update: the link that I had was not good, it has been fixed.
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