Don't Be Scammed!!!!

COLUMBUS, GA (WXTX) - Beware! A phishing scam may be lurking in your inbox.  Today, Fox 54 received this email.  If you got this email, please know that it is a scam.

From: Wachovia Alerts []
Sent: Wednesday, January 07, 2009 12:50 PM
Subject: Notification of e-mail address change!
Importance: High
Thank you for banking online at Our records indicate that you recently added or made a change to one of your email address(es). This notification is to confirm that you initiated this change.
If you feel you have received this email in error and did not add or change your email address(es), or if you have any questions, please visit our website bellow:
David H. Stone
Director of Customer Advocacy
Wachovia Corporation - eCommerce Division
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Wachovia officials say it's their policy to have customers verify any changes to their accounts or personal information by logging on to their secure web site at

Wachovia officials pointed out the address that is referenced in this email is phony.

Note: the email link in the message has a "0" (zero) in the word "Wachovia" instead of the letter "O," which is a dead giveaway that it is a bogus web address.