I just received one of these. Praise the Lord I searched the Internet first to see if it was a scam and it is.
Summary: A new eFax scam email that has just been sent out, telling you that you have a new eFax message, actually links to a malicious site being hosted at places such as http://kaskada.tym.cz and http://isolearn.eu/. The full links, in our examples http://kaskada.tym.cz/feHTCmSa/index.html and http://isolearn.eu/z02NKnzs/index.html, we believe cause a malicious virus, trojan, or other software to download to your computer (although we have not confirmed this, our own tests suggest this - regardless, it is spam, and a scam, and the links that supposedly go to eFax actually all go to places such as http://kaskada.tym.cz/feHTCmSa/index.html and http://isolearn.eu/z02NKnzs/index.html).
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