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Watch Out and Warn Others About Twitter Identity Theft on Tvivvter.com

I just received the following Twitter message.

Watch Out and Warn Others About Twitter Identity Theft on Tvivvter.com

When I clicked on the link it took me to a page for a site that spoofs the Twitter site and asks you for your credentials. Entering your Twitter information here (http://tvivvter.com/log%20in/bh/?&session_timed_out) will lead to it being given over to a spoofer.

As you can see, if you are not careful, you might mistake the actual Twitter site for this spam site.

Watch Out and Warn Others About Twitter Identity Theft on Tvivvter.com

The spammers, or crooks, are using a domain name that might appear to be Twitter at a quick glance. That alone makes this a scam to warn others about.

The domain tvivvter.com was registered on September 1, 2012 by Chen Wei in Shang Hai City, China. To compound the deception there is one other site located on the same server – faecbookl.com.

The server is reportedly located in Hong Kong.

I have reported the spoof to Twitter but please help warn others so they don’t fall prey to Tvivvter.com

Watch Out and Warn Others About Twitter Identity Theft on Tvivvter.com
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