The following is a real email, with minor details removed, in which
J.P. Morgan Chase works hard to train its customers to become phishing
victims.

I've left in the name that the email was sent under -- I see no reason
to protect the guilty. The original version of the email was multipart
alternative, with an HTML version that is, believe it or not, even
worse than the text version.

I've been watching Chase operate like this for a few years now, and
every time I think they've hit the bottom of the ocean of misguided
behavior, they come out with a new demonstration that there are new
depths yet to dive to.

Perry

From: "Chase Business Banking" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Reply-to: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Chase Business Customers, we need your help!
Date: Tue, 24 Apr 2007 XX:XX:XX -XXXX


We're working to better serve your business needs!

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Dear Business Customer, 

We're updating our records and need your help to ensure we have 
the most up-to-date information about your business. This is an 
important step in ensuring that we can continue to provide you 
with timely and accurate information about your accounts.

Go here to answer a couple of questions about your business 
profile:
http://click.chase.com/XXXXXXXXX.XXXXX.X.XXXX.XXXXXXXXX

It will take you less than 60 seconds, and then you're done! 
And remember, the more we know your business, the better we can 
serve your ever-changing needs.

Thanks for choosing Chase.

Sincerely,

Janet M. Hawkins

Chief Marketing Officer
Business Banking

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