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Old 21 Jul 2021, 11:51 PM   #11
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When in any doubt, don't click on anything coming in via email! Occasionally I get a message like this that looks legit enough that instead I open another browser tab, go direct to the company website, and check my account or in some cases contact their customer service via phone or email to see if it is a legitimate message. Once in awhile it is a legitimate message and I am glad I checked, but more often than not these days it is a phishing attempt. The best phishing attempts look really, really good and mimic actual messages you receive from the real company.
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