1. PHISHING SCAM – Amazon ‘Integrity Check’ Email

    Email purporting to be from Amazon claims that the company performs regular integrity checks on user accounts and the recipient must click a one-time validation link to avoid account suspension.

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  2. Mercedes Benz Giveaway Like-Farming Scam

    Supposedly, Facebook users can get the chance to win a Mercedes Benz for Christmas 2017 just by liking a post, sharing the promotion, and adding a comment specifying what colour car they would like if they win.  

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  3. Email and Social Media Etiquette Tip — DON’T SHOUT!

    Sorry to be blunt, but, if you USE ALL CAPS in your email or social media posts, you will immediately make yourself seem inexperienced or ignorant. 

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  4. Email Etiquette Tip – Use a Meaningful Subject Line

    You can make life just that little bit easier for the recipients of your email by ensuring that you use a meaningful subject line.

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  5. Check Links in HTML Emails [VIDEO]

    Criminals often try to make their scam emails seem more legitimate by disguising links. In this video, we show a quick to way to check links in such emails.

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