appriver’s blog reports a phishing scam which pretends to be a McDonald’s survey. The fake McDonald’s email offers the recipient a $250 reward for answering five questions. This is very similar to the recent scam pretending to be a Coke survey.
The scam starts with this email:
This email takes the victim to what appears to be a real survey:
“Next” takes the victim to the phishing page — where the identity is stolen:
After completing the fake survey, the victim is taken to the real McDonald’s website, thereby reducing suspicion.
A similar scam is being conducted against McDonald’s in Australia:
I’m not lovin’ this! That’s why I use eMail ID.
Know Who. No Doubt. eMail ID.