FNIC was used several times as a subject line in a email message to grab the attention of many people and scam them. I received FNIC email message related to “banking deposits” and I know it’s obviously a scam.
Read this online scam report of Daily Investing Tips to have an idea. As far as I know, FNIC simply means “Food and Nutrition Information Center” ~ A resource for all of the United States government nutrition campaigns and programs and its official website is NAL.USDA.gov
Another term for NFIC is Frist Nursing Informatics Center of VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF NURSING located in 461 21ST AVE SOUTH, NASHVILLE, TN 37240
NFIC Email Subject Lines
Here are the email messages I received;
- [TIME-SENSITIVE] You have (3) unclaimed commissions from email@example.com
- (URGENT) Deposit $282.88 into your bank account tonight
This is an automated message notifying you of an accounting mistake on our end.
It seems we have underpaid you in the amount of $282.39
in your last commission payment.
We apologize for our mistake and have made those funds available for immediate deposit.
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FNIC Scam Alert Email Message
I did not subscribed but I received this email message. Good thing, the links in this email message are not working. NFIC was used in this email message and it is clear that the readers will only become curious and wondering why they receive such email message despite of the fact that FNIC is about Food and Nutrition.
Did you received the same email message? What do you think? Is this about really a payroll, a bank deposits, a sweepstakes, online lottery, etc? Leave a comment below. Do not forget to share this online scam report whereas NFIC was mentioned. Stay tuned to Daily Investing Tips for more scams and frauds report.