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This message purports to be a transmission of a secure message from a company called "," a mobile banking services company. The sender address, however, is "," which is a completely different (and unrelated) group that oversees the ACH network (a key player in electronic fund transfers). The NACHA name has been used for some time as a cover for fraudulent mailings of various types (see This particular mailing is an attempt to get you to open and execute an infected attachment. This email should be regarded as SPAM and deleted.

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