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Be Aware of the Hoax!
With the proliferation of technology, your personal information is more vulnerable than ever. We are so used to sending information via e-mails that sometimes we don’t think twice before sending personal in an e-mail or opening an e-mail from people that we don’t recognize.
Scammers are all over the place just waiting to get a hold of your personal information. They even hijack (get access to e-mail accounts and send malicious e-mails under their names) e-mail accounts from your family and friends to entice you to open the e-mail; the e-mail may contain an attachment or a link that will install a program on your computer to gain access to all your information.
Be cautious about opening e-mails. If the e-mail doesn’t feel right, don’t open it! If you are really curious contact the sender and ask them if they sent the e-mail; if they didn’t, don’t open the e-mail and delete it.
There are other instances that you will receive e-mails from a legitimate businesses such as banks, shipping companies, etc.; as with the other e-mails, if you didn’t contact them directly, don’t reply to that e-mail or click any links within the e-mail. The links will take you to a website that appears to be legitimate but is not! If you, after reading the e-mail, have any doubts, call the institution’s main number to verify the validity of the e-mail.
Below are some examples of e-mails that I have received in the past (all malicious information has been removed from the files below).