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Joanna –

Victim Location 93004

Type of a scam Phishing

I received this email stating that two registered sex offenders live in my building. This scammer asked me to email private/personal information to determine that these felons do NOT live with me. Here is the initial email I received:

OCT 24, 2017 | 10:25AM PDT

Joan wrote:

Hi there,

I hope this email finds you well.

I’m reaching out to you today because we’ve been informed that a registered offender moved into a unit at your building and, as a result, access to Nextdoor is temporarily blocked to all of the members at that base address who don’t have a unit number associated with their Nextdoor account

Since you didn’t sign up with a unit number, I’ll need to verify that you don’t live with the offender. The easiest way to do this is to attach a copy of an official document, that has both your name and address (with a unit number) on it, to this email. This can be anything from a driver’s license, a utility bill, or even a photo of a postmarked envelope. Once I can verify that you don’t live in the same unit as the offender, I can restore full access to your account.

I hope you can understand that with the sensitive nature of what members share on Nextdoor including children’s photo’s, names, and ages; addresses; spouse information; and much more, that we would rather err on the side of caution than to have one avoidable problem occur.

I’m looking forward to hearing back from you.





This message was sent to [email protected] in reference to Case #: 1653404.

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