So Today I got another one of those spam emails that plays on people’s emotions, Just wanted to share it with everyone. if you have similar experience please share it in the comment box below, you can copy and paste it or post a screenshot of it. Continue reading “Spam Email #3”
Did you receive unexpected E-mail from Apple? If you received an e-mail regarding someone trying to login into your Apple ID and they just need to verify that this Account belongs to you it’s probably a phishing email.
Did you receive unexpected E-mail from Amazon? If you received an e-mail regarding an order that you don’t remember or recognise, please check Your Orders in Your Account, do not click on any links in the email or open any attachments, just log on the Amazon website you joined and check your orders there directly. If you can’t find a matching order then the e-mail you received wasn’t from Amazon.co.uk/com etc …. Amazon recommend that you delete the e-mail, without opening any attachments. There’s no need to report it to them.
To fight e-mail spam there are few good resources out there that will help you out.
We provide lists of spammers that persist in abusing forums and blogs with their scams, ripoffs, exploits and other annoyances*. We provide these lists so that you don’t have to endure the never ending job of having to moderate, filter and delete their rubbish. http://www.stopforumspam.com/
A free, distributed, open-source project to help website administrators track, stop, and prosecute spam harvesters stealing email addresses from their sites. http://www.projecthoneypot.org/
The reason I’m writing about this cause earlier on today i got an email claiming to be from Amazon UK for an order that i did not order, Below is a snapshot of how does it look like.
Not that it doesn’t look like the Amazon typical email, and it doesn’t state my name nor anything from what you are used for from Amazon.