To protect the innocent, let’s call the sender “Spamela.” In fact, my friend’s name was on this email, so I WANTED to open it.
But this isn’t how my friend’s emails usually look and it turns out this spam sender has created a BIG headache for her.
When an email looks funny or feels funny, it’s probably spam. Your best bet: 1) Don’t open it or click on any links; 2) contact the sender and recommend that they update their email password.
This spammer also told my friend she “had to” create a new email account. Don’t you believe it!
Beware of spam!
PS Web Essentials – Connect with more customers
☎︎ (419) 348-5329 – email@example.com
Visit PS Web Essentials on Facebook!