How to spot malicious e-mail

How to spot malicious e-mail

The Digital Life

Wednesday, August 12, 2020

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Some of us are swamped with so many e-mail that we often get trapped by people who are out to scam us. It's important to be alert to malicious e-mail which often make offers that are too good to be true.

Unfortunately, many people have been cheated out of their life savings by sharing critical information such as their bank accounts and sending money when solicited.

So here are the tell-tale signs that you are being fooled.

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