This email has a malicious Word document attached, the nature of the email itself indicates that it has been taken from a customer of JPS Projects that has been hacked and used as a template for the spam.
There is no need to email or phone JPS Projects, you should simply delete the email message without opening the the attachment.
From: Jason Bracegirdle JPS Projects Ltd [email@example.com]
Date: 12 January 2015 at 10:50
Subject: Summary Paid Against
Please find attached summary which was paid againstJas
Jason Bracegirdle Managing Director M: 07912 883455O: 02031 741416F: 02030 700632E: jason.bracegirdle@ jpsprojectsltd.co.ukW: www.jpsprojectsltd.co.uk Manchester402 Chaddck LaneAstleyManchesterM29 7JS LondonUnit 9,
Bunns Lane Works,
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Attached is a file Copy of Weekly Summary 28 12 2014 w.e 28.12.14 which actually comes in two versions, both with a VirusTotal detection rate of 3/56  . The payload is exactly the same as used in this earlier spam run today and it leads to the Dridex banking trojan.