Ameren is warning of an email scam in which spammers are pretending to send bills from the energy company. The emails have tricked consumers into paying
"outstanding bills". The emails also encourage recipients to open a virus-infected attachment. "Ameren is investigating the situation and working to resolve the
issue," Tim Reagan, director of Security at Ameren, explained to The Washington Times. "If anyone receives this type of email, they should not open any attachments, and should delete the
email message immediately."
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