Just got the following email:
A request to reset the password for your account has been made at POI Factory.
You can log in to www.poi-factory.com by clicking on this link or copying and pasting it in your browser:
After you get logged in, you can visit your account page to change your password.
The link in this email can only be used once, and it expires after a day. Nothing will happen if it's not used.
If the site is accepting your password but you don't stay logged in, this is probably a cookie related problem.
Our web platform uses a cookie to keep you logged in as you move between pages on the site. Make sure your computer settings allow cookies for poi-factory.com
-- POI Factory
I didn't request anything. somebody playing games? Is that even a valid url?
This is the standard message that's sent out when you use the forgotten password feature.
It looks like another user thought they were registered as "Don B" and used the forgot password feature, which generated this email.
Don B - maybe you forgot that you forgot your password! LOL
Don B is right to be suspicious and careful of an email like this that he hadn't requested.
There are a lot of slimy folks engaged in phishing scams.
As I told JM what really made me suspicious was when I looked at the full header and it said "the received from IP address may be forged by CGI script", but JM said that was normal for the POI factory.
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