From: General trading ltd [email@example.com]Attached is a file TT-USD.pdf .. as a rule I would recommend not opening PDF files or other attachments from unknown sources. When you open the file it looks like this:
Date: 26 May 2016 at 05:04
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Please find attached telegraphic transfer copy for payment made to your account today.
Kindly confirm once you received this payment.
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Yes, it does look that blurry. The enticement here is to click the link in the document, which is something I wouldn't recommend that you do because it could lead to a malicious download, exploit kit or in this case a simple phishing page hosted on poloimport2012.com.
This seems to be phishing for general webmail credentials. Of course, once a hacker has those they can use your account to send spam or even rifle through your private emails and reset passwords and gain access to other important accounts.
Signing in with any credentials appears to fail, but of course the bad guys have just harvested your password..