The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority issued a warning regarding a phishing email scam apparently aimed at compliance officers. The dubious email appears to be sent from an anti-money laundering compliance office of a legitimate credit union in Indiana warning the recipient about a money laundering scam involving a customer of the firm. According to FINRA, the email contains an attachment that when opened could create a cybersecurity problem for the targeted member. FINRA noted that the phishing email included the following red flags: a European email address although the sender was purportedly based in Indiana, poor grammar and sentence structure, and a request that the recipient open the email attachment for more details.