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(Phishing Email) Here are the Elements of a Fake or Scam Email

Ever received an email from eBay asking you to verify your account? Or from Gmail warning you to login otherwise your account will be suspended? How many times have you gotten a supposed Paypal email asking reactivation because your account has been hacked? About this

Tips from BPI: How not to be a Victim of Fake Emails and Phishing Scams

The Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) has constantly been issuing a warning to users of BPI ExpressOnline (BPI EOL), its online banking facility, against phishing emails. Phishing — pronounced “fishing” as in “fishing for information” — is a type of deception designed to steal

This fake Banco de Oro (BDO) email is a Phishing Scam email

Don’t be deceived by an email supposedly sent by Banco de Oro (BDO) telling you to “request a new card”! About this post: afpslai red book, dispepsia gasthritis, pagpapatitulo ng rights ma lupa, why is my body so tired in the afternoon, bdo phishing 2017

Liberty Reserve phishing email scam

It’s been a long time since we wrote about examples of phishing emails we have been receiving. We are sharing another one we received yesterday. Be warned! Don’t visit the fake site so you won’t be a victim. The Liberty Reserve Phishing Email From:

Phishing scam email: Your question from an eBay member

Just a few days after I wrote about eBay scams and scammers, I received an email purportedly from eBay which obviously was a fake email intended on getting my personal information. How did I know it was fake?

Fake ‘Download Internet Explorer’ email by Microsoft

Last week I received an email supposedly from instructing me to upgrade to Internet Explorer 7.0, the latest update to Microsoft’s browser. If I didn’t know better, I would have automatically clicked on the download link. Instantly, then, I would have made myself a

Security Warning email from Google

Yesterday I received a “Security Warning” email supposedly from Google and I must say that if I didn’t know better, I would have been the next victim of this phishing scam. Here’s a copy of the email.