Question about Microsoft Outlook 2003 for PC
Currently, there are several versions of fraudulent e-mails being circulated which purport to be from Yahoo, AOL, Microsoft, BMW... These e-mails advise the recipient that he or she has won money or a car and requests the recipient to provide personal data or to pay a fee in order to receive the prize.
As I well experimented/tested these fraudulent emails I am 100% sure that these e-mails are NOT authentic. The e-mail have NOT been sent by Yahoo, nor has Yahoo authorized the use of its name. Please be advised not to provide any personal information or transfer money to the perpetrators. Any personal information provided to the perpetrators will likely be used for illegal purposes.
Posted on Feb 07, 2008
Dont open it. It can be virus. If you have participated then they would have taken your some more information. And they might have contacted through your fone. Please dont open it it's a virus. It can harm your PC.
Posted on Sep 23, 2007
Suggest that a bankers draft be posted to you via yahoo
Posted on Aug 18, 2007
You were right to worry. Internet fraud is very common these days. Unless you participated in some contest by Yahoo, I hardly think Yahoo is giving money to just about anyone. These forms usually promise prizes and eventually ask you for details such as your bank account and credit card number. Be very careful, and do not give anyone your personal details.
Posted on Aug 06, 2007
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