Spam Hall of Shame

Here’s another example of an email you should always be suspicious of… the “hurry up your email is not working” message. Always be suspicious of messages that try to induce a bit of panic or fear – they do this … read more Mailbox Quota Exceeded – Email Notification

There are always new tricks being tried to get you to reveal information or download malware to your computer. The most recent common one we’ve seen has tried to use fear of legal repercussions to get you to click a … read more New Malware Trick (Form Spam)

This isn’t a case of PayPal acting in a predatory manner, but of people taking advantage of one of the PayPal features where you can request money from anyone with an email address. While it’s great that there’s an easy … read more Don’t be Fooled by Predatory PayPal Money Requests

One of the easiest ways to misery is being tricked into clicking a link in the wrong email. Many spam messages will have links, that if clicked, will end up installing viruses or malware on your computer. These fall under … read more Don’t Panic, Don’t (Most of the Time) Click!

Some domain name related scams are easy to sniff out because if you do a Google search on their name, you find hundreds of pages showing examples of it with warnings to not send them money. This one is one … read more Domain Listings – Website Listing Service

Domain name scams have been floating around as long as I can remember using email. I’ve posted the latest example of one below – if you see anything in your inbox that looks like this, you can safely ignore it! … read more Your Domain Name is About To Expire!

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