Warning! Indeed Fake Invoice email

Warning! Indeed Fake Invoice emailHere we go again, after a brief period of quiet on the infected spam emails, two have arrived today, the first is alledgedly from Indeed, an online job site, requesting payment for a Best Network Recruitment invoice of £269.03. All looks okay, BUT I've never used indeed and the sender is not even spoofed as indeed, but in fact appears to come from <chiara.pasqualini  {at} bobnolley. > As for who bob nolley is and why he is allowing people to send infected emails I don't know, perhaps he's just another hacked website, but the blue image inviting you to click it to "View Invoice" does not link to Indeed, but our "friend" bob nolley.

Fake Indeed email looks like this

As always, NEVER click on a link in an unexpected email, especially from a firm you've never heard of or dealt with, and if possible, never even open it, simply delete it without viewing it.