African E-mail Scammmers created a fake Yahoo page to ask for confidential information

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Be very careful!
Now they use Yahoo logo and have created a page that really looks like a “Yahoo page”. They also took all the information from Yahoo to make you think that this message truly come from Yahoo.

Below is the message that they are sending to your account.  If you receive it, delete it. I Knew right away that this is not from Yahoo because months ago I published my article:“How to Become Millionaire Working as an E-mail Scammer”  and I already know how they work.  If you check their e-mail address you can realize that this message did not come from Yahoo.

Here is the message that they are sending.  Again, be very careful and tell it to all your friends, since they are asking people to send them personal informations.  Read!

Yahoo! Warning!!! Update Your Yahoo Account To Avoid Suspension.??!!
Monday, May 25, 2009 3:48 PM
From: “Yahoo! Warning Centre” (Their E-mail) {verify.warningcentre@live.co.uk}
Add sender to Contacts To: undisclosed-recipients                                                                  

Yahoo Mail Alert!  

Dear Valued Member,
Account Alert

Due to the congestion in our Yahoo servers,there would be removal of all unused Yahoo Accounts.You will have to confirm if your E-mail is still active by filling out your login info below after clicking the reply button, or your account will be suspended within 24 hours for security reasons.  

Username:………………………….
Password:………………………….
Date of Birth:……………………….
Country :………………………………………
Occupatipn …………………

After updating your account information, your account will not be interrupted and will continue to work as normal. Thanks for your attention to this request.  We apologize for any inconvenience.

Warning!!!  Account owner that refuses to update his or her account before two weeks of receiving this warning will lose his or her account permanently.  

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Review, change, or opt out of the email messages you receive from Yahoo!
For your reference:
Yahoo! Terms of Service
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*Not all viruses can be detected and cleaned. Please be aware that there is a risk involved whenever downloading email attachments to your computer or sending email attachments to others and that, as provided in the Terms of Service, neither Yahoo! nor its licensors are responsible for any damages caused by your decision to do so.

Please reply to this message. This is a service email related to your use of Yahoo! Mail. To learn more about Yahoo!’s use of personal information, including the use of web beacons in HTML-based.

As you can see, anybody could believe that this message really come from Yahoo.  Again, open your eyes because those scammers never sleep.

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