Are you like me do you e-mail everyday of your life? Do you get excited when you have a bunch of e-mail? Maybe your best friend sent you a picture of his new BIKE or your your Mom and Dad dropped you a note? Either way i get super excited when I see new mail acceot when it is an add for SEXY DATES or a ex friend wants to send me money or better yet adds for the little BLUE PILL! HOW do we make this CRAOP STOP? I have figure it all out below ENJOY:
HOW TO SPOT AN E-MAIL SCAM
Here are the top 5 clues for spotting an e-mail scam: Check the spelling
Scammers are notorious for their lack of basic spelling and grammar skills. Look for misspelled words and incomplete or awkwardly written sentences. It's not uncommon for a scam e-mail that is purportedly from a reputable and well known organization to misspell the name of that organization! For example, an e-mail scam aimed at Facebook users, spelled Facebook this way: facebook. Who signed it?
If it's a legitimate e-mail from a business, it will be signed with a person's name and contact information, but if it signs off with something vague, such as "Customer Support," be wary. Does the e-mail scream at you in all caps?
Be especially aware of e-mails that try to get your attention by using all capital letters, especially in the subject line. Using all caps has long been viewed as online shouting. It just isn't done. The authors of scam e-mails tend to write prose that is over-the-top and very emotional. In addition to a lot of capital letters, look for an excess of exclamation points and dire warnings, such as "Urgent!" or "Danger!" The e-mail has an executable attachment
Phishers can only scam you if you let them. And you do just that if you download e-mail attachments, which can contain computer viruses. Since a favorite way to send a scam e-mail is by making it look as if it were sent to you by someone in your e-mail address book, don't be fooled by the sender's name. Never download an attachment unless you are sure it's legitimate. The e-mail has a link to a web site
As more people have learned they shouldn't download attachments from strangers, scammers have caught on. Instead of attaching a file, they include a clickable link to a Web site. Click on that link, and you might be asked to provide personal information. Do it, and you've been scammed. For example, you might receive an e-mail that appears to be from your bank, offering you a very low interest rate on a mortgage or home equity loan. If you click on the link, it could ask your name, bank account number and online banking password to get onto the site. Don't ever provide this information if you got on the site by clicking a link in an e-mail.
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