If you get an email posing as a notification from Chase saying that they’ve detected “an unusual error in your Online access” and need you to download a file attachment containing a web page that will allow you to “confirm your account information” – please delete it immediately.

If you get an email posing as a notification from Chase saying that they’ve detected “an unusual error in your Online access” and need you to download a file attachment containing a web page that will allow you to “confirm your account information” – please delete it immediately.

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creative advertising Maybe not nailed it. But this is definitely good. It's funny and the message is obvious. Although if too much time is spent on it, it starts to feel like Colgate is saying they can practically rebuild whole entire teeth.

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