The act of phishing is immoral as well as illegal. If you fall prey to it, it can harm you greatly. Ensure you are careful of the link you click and the sites you surf. In this article we will learn how to recognize & stop phishing scams.
How To Recognize A Phishing Email?
Verify The Sender's Email Address
Phishers often send emails using addresses almost identical to those used by reputable businesses but with minor changes. For example, a phisher may send an email to "firstname.lastname@example.org" rather than "email@example.com."
Check The Email For Inconsistencies
Does it include your name or other personal information, but is the greeting generic (for example, "Dear Customer")? Could there be typos or grammatical mistakes in the email? These are indicators that the email may not be from a reputable source.
Be Careful Of Unexpected Demands
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