March 18 2019
A scam alert
Hi there! It’s Donna and thank you for allowing me to come into your inbox.
Today, I’d like to introduce you to my scam alert.
A scam alert
Email seeking a company rep
This is usually a scam for you have not been chosen. In short, Your email was randomly chosen by some unknown person out there aka a hacker. Additionally, I can bet you anything that the company mentioned in the email probably does not even exist.
You are asked to provide your name and email address if interested and most emails would also include the salary or renumeration being offered along with how easy it is going to be for you to make some easy money. Yes, this sort of email is very inviting and tempting for you to respond to.
What happens if you yield to temptation?
Very simple! If you respond to this email and provide the info being sought then chances are that your email address will shortly be hacked and this will only be the start of more trouble for you and your computer system.
Just ignore this and delete immediately.
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