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Date:      Mon, 10 Dec 2012 19:29:21 +0400
From:      “AICPA” [[email protected]]
Subject:      Income fake tax return accusations.

You’re receiving this email as a Certified Public Accountant and a member of AICPA.
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Termination of Public Account Status due to income tax fraud allegations

Respected accountant officer,

We have received a denouncement about your probable interest in income tax return swindle for one of your customers. In concordance with AICPA Bylaw Head # 500 your Certified Public Accountant status can be revoked in case of the occurrence of submitting of a faked or fraudulent income tax return for your client or employer.

Please be notified below and provide explanation of this issue to it within 21 business days. The rejection to provide elucidation within this period would finish in end off of your CPA license.


The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

Email: [email protected]
Tel. 888.777.7077
Fax. 800.362.5066

The malicious payload is at [donotclick] hosted on in China, which has been used a few times recently for malware distribution.

The following malicious domains appear to be on the same server:

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