I was the recipient today of what turns out to be at least an 18-month old phishing scam. Somehow they got my corporate email and phone number, but a completely mangled US Mail address.
cio-summit.net, upon clicking, forwards to http://126.96.36.199/ciosummit/. Yeah, I'm forking over $1000 to a _THAT_ URL.
Google only showed me one other site referencing this issue, but it documents over a year's worth of people encountering the scam: otherlibrarian: cio-summit.net
So head's up, fellow geeks.
Did you get the email I sent you last? Just in case it didn't get to you I've copied it below for your review. If you get a chance please let me know of your interest.
To: Andrew Badera
From Name: Chris Jameson
Subject: Andrew, question.
Hi Andrew. On behalf of our board, I wanted to personally invite you into the CIO Summit because of your key role and experience.
The CIO Summit is an invitation-only group comprised of the very best executives and visionaries in technology management. We meet monthly by teleconference to exchange what is working, what is not, strategies and ideas. It is a confidential forum with dedicated groups of other successful IT executives whose only agenda is to help each other outperform.
I am certain you will find the experience both enjoyable and useful in your efforts. Here is our site as background, www.CIO-Summit.net, if you could take a look and please let me know of your decision. Thanks, Andrew.
The CIO Summit
1200 Abernathy Road
Atlanta, GA 30328
404-592-9904 Ext. 81
Mail back to decline further.
For my records in case any follow-up is needed, I show your contact information as: Andrew Badera, Davis Vision, ###########@davisvision.com, 159 Express St, Latham, MA, 11803 518-###-####