Chase customers should be on the lookout for a Phishing campaign aimed at them. The email bares a subject line of: Online Access Re-activation Alert From Chase and appears to come from firstname.lastname@example.org. The email urges it's intended victims to confirm their bank account information by stating their account has been access from a different computer and that the bank wants to open an investigation into the matter for security purposes. If the intended victim takes the bait and clicks the link given in the email, they are transferred to www.integraproject.org/images/thumbs/index.htm, which is definitely not www.chase.com. It appears as though the phishing site has been taken offline, but there maybe other sites set up for use in this scam campaign. If you receive this type of email, please report it to Chase immediately, then delete it. An example of the email is below.
Example Chase Bank Phishing Email In Circulation - Click To Enlarge
How To Report Fraud
Remember, you should never reply to or follow links in unsolicited emails which urge you to log in to your web accounts. If you believe there may be a real issue with your account, always navigate to your accounts suppliers main web URL by typing into your web browser directly. If there is an issue, they will prompt you about it when you log in.