Example: [Collected via e-mail, April 2012]
Thank you for shopping at Newegg.com.
We are happy to inform you that your order (Sales Order Number: 21916626) has been successfully charged to your credit card for 2,399,99 USD and order verification is now complete.
Please CLICK HERE to see your INVOICE.
If you have any questions, please use our Live Chat function or visit our Contact Us Page.
Once You Know, You Newegg.
Your Newegg.com Customer Service Team
Origins: In April 2012, Internet users began receiving messages like the one reproduced above that purported to be confirmations of recent purchases from electronics retailer Newegg.com. Such messages included instructions for the recipients to follow a hyperlink or open an attachment containing what appeared to be a document (in text, PDF, or Microsoft Word format) in order to download and print their invoices. These messages were intended to lure recipients, concerned about receiving confirmations for purchases they didn't remember making, into attempting to view the referenced invoice