Kennewick police have issued a bulletin Thursday warning businesses and others to NOT 'bite' on an email that claims bomb threats.
Police say the threats come via email, and attempt to extort the business into sending money after it has been converted to some of that new crypto currency...
Google hastily disabled an April Fools e-mail prank after discovering thousands of people mistakenly used it, some of them in what were supposed to be serious emails! There are even reports of people losing their jobs!
Kennewick police say a new email scam making it's way across the nation has arrived here. It involves emails that are doctored to look like they come from an 'official' company. The email comes from "Accounts Payable" and demands money.
According to newly released court documents, Spokane officials are rapidly working to find the source of an email threat made against University High School. The case highlights the growing regional and national problem of "digital" threats or even what some are calling 'terrorism.'
A resident of Pasco's "doughnut hole" filed a complaint with the Washington State Attorney General against a pair of Pasco City Council members because the city refused to disclose, or improperly exempted, emails sent or received by the two because they improperly used the Pasco city accounts.