We have become aware that some of people are receiving phishing emails that references the "eNFact" product.
The email directs recipients to click on a link that takes them to a mock-site that we presently believe may install
malicious software. This may be a serious threat.
DO NOT to open it or, if you do, NOT to click on the link.
If Global Credit Union noticed suspicious transactions on your account you would be
asked to call us. You would never be asked for your card information or to click a link to
The phishing attack is contained in a fraudulent email identical or similar to the one that follows:
From: eNFACT Notifications [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, January 26, 2012 11:34 AM
Subject: eNFACT Case #29018
To protect your account, we monitor your ATM and debit card transactions for potentially fraudulent activity which
may include a sudden change in locale (such as when a U.S.-issued card is used unexpectedly overseas), a sudden
string of costly purchases, or any pattern associated with new fraud trends around the world.
An eNFACT Case was generated for the cardholder below:
Transaction 1 Information:
A charge on 10/23/2011 in the amount of $438.09 in ITALY Transaction Score: 981
Transaction 2 Information:
A charge on 10/23/2011 in the amount of $513.14 in ITALY Transaction Score: 918
Transaction 3 Information:
A charge on 10/22/2011 in the amount of $0.02 at O RANCH Transaction Score: 37
The eNFACT Case is generated when a suspect transaction is detected. If this transaction was not initiated by you
Please be sure to complete the Case Resolution Notification (CRN) Form at (http://www.efactnotify.com/) . If you have
as the credit card holder please
follow the steps as shown at : http://www.efactnotify.com/
any questions, or would like additional information pertaining to this eNFACT Case, please contact the Card Processing
Center at 800-262-2024.
If you have received this phishing attack via email, or if you receive it at any time from this point forward:
1. Do not open the email
2. Do not click on the link contained in the email; clicking on any of the links contained in the email may install
malicious software on your system
3. If a link is clicked, run your system's virus scan software immediately
4. Report the email to Global Credit Union