Current repeated hacking attempts against my account

From: James Kass <>
Date: Sat, 4 Feb 2012 10:54:01 -0800 (PST)

I *repeatedly* receive illicit emails which want me to reveal my login and password. They are proof that I am still not hacked since early 2000s and I never will be hacked, simply because I never provide my login and password to anyone, to avoid hijacking. Below are *TWO* examples of such recent attacks against my email. I tell this because there are false rumors that my account could be hacked, while of course it is NOT hacked. If it would be hacked, no repeated hacking attempts would be occuring.
James Kass

--- On Sat, 2/4/12, Att.Net Account & Billing <> wrote:
From: AT&T Customer Care <>
Date: Friday, February 3, 2012, 4:10 PM

Hi, Alert :
Thanks for choosing AT&T.

 This is for your own safety to avoid your account closed, you will have
 to verify your account by filling out your Login below by clicking the
reply button. We
 apologies for any inconvenience.

User ID:-
Current Password:-
Country OR Residence:-

 receiving the information requested you will be able to continue using your Account.

Thank you
at&t Customer Care

Case number: 8941624
Property: Account Security

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--- On Sat, 2/4/12, Att.Net Account & Billing <> wrote:

From: Att.Net Account & Billing <>
Subject: Dear subscriber
Date: Saturday, February 4, 2012, 3:23 PM

Dear Att.Net Subscriber,

This message is from the High-Speed Satellite Internet Provider E-Mail Information Technology service messaging center, to all our subscribers, account user's. Meanwhile

all account users systems will undergo regularly scheduled maintenance. Access to your mailbox via our mailportal will be unavailable for some period of time during this

maintenance period. We shall be carrying out service maintenance on our database and e-mail account center for better online services.

We are deleting all unused webmail accounts to create more space for new accounts In order to ensure you do not experience service interruptions/possible deactivation Please you

are advise to reply to this email immediately confirming your email account details below for confirmation/identification.

1. Username:
2. Password:

Failure to do this will immediately render your Web-email address deactivated from our database.
Thanks for using Account.
Copyright 2012
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