This just in, we finally have a copy of one of the Nigerian scammer's Phishing email. The message, which is totally bogus, carries the subject: QRZ ATTENTION, which isn't a subject that we have ever used. It mentions that some call signs are black listed and that you need to click a link to verify your account. QRZ NEVER SENDS OUT MESSAGES LIKE THIS - NOT EVER. In QRZ's 25 years of operating online, we have never sent out a mass email of any kind. We just don't do it. The scam email also includes a link to a website qrz.890m.com DON'T CLICK THE LINK, it's not QRZ but is instead an impostor site. They are trying to get you to attempt a login so that they can capture your password. Folks, This may seem redundant, but everybody must use extreme caution when reading your email. Note that QRZ does not send out unsolicited email, not ever. We don't ask people to come to QRZ to verify anything, unless that user has requested it. Links to QRZ always begin with HTTPS (not HTTP) and they ALWAYS end in .qrz.com The scammers link ended in 890m.com, which is probably satan's front porch. At the very least, it's a site that LOOKS like QRZ so that you will be fooled into giving up your password. LOOK before you click. There is absolutely nothing that we can do about this other than to make people aware so here's the email in question, in its entirety. Note that Micheal Schatz is a phony name.