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Please can you direct me what to do with an Email supposedly from BTI which I believe attempting to make me give them info about my Bt account i.e. phishing.

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Please can you direct me what to do with an Email supposedly from BTI which I believe attempting to make me give them info about my Bt account i.e. phishing.

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I see a gmail said i have a $3275.63 deposited to my paypal they said i must respond important and i have a app that shows a balance paypal said is $00.0 i want know were is that money


I think it sounds like a scam. If you are not expecting that money then send the email to your spam folder. DO NOT click on any links in the email.

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Hello, I have received an E-mail today for an order I did not place


99.99% chance it is a spam / phishing email.

Don't click on any links within the email!!!

This is a standard technique of online fraudsters:

They frighten you into thinking you have committed to spend some money, or have already paid

You then click a link in the email - WHICH LOOKS LIKE THE WEBSITE IT CLAIMS YOU HAVE ORDERED FROM!

This is actually a fake link and you then type in your login details, effectively giving them directly to the fraudsters

You then find that the actual ***** will follow very soon afterwards...

If the suspect email gives details of how you are supposed to have placed the order, then go direct to that online site and check from there (iTunes, eBay, Amazon, etc.)

Check websites like ask Leo dot com for more advice about staying safe online

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I do not have account with Wells Fargo.. some one is using my e-mail address....


Margaret, it could be a spam/phishing email, meaning they are chancers. Check the email(don't click on any links within the email though) and check the sender. If it came from Wells Fargo, it should have the domain, "wellsfargo.com" in the senders address, if it doesn't, then it's more than likely a phishing email.

This link will give a bit more info on phishing. There's a lot of chancers out there.

Phishing Wikipedia the free encyclopedia

QUOTE: Phishing is the attempt to acquire sensitive information such as usernames, passwords, and credit card details (and sometimes, indirectly, money), often for malicious reasons, by masquerading as a trustworthy entity in an electronic communication.

If you think that you're email account has been compromised, change your password for the account.

Hope this helps, Nik.

If I have helped you, please click 'Helpful' below, thanks.

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I got email from yahoo sayong I won 5 million from yahoo is this a sxam to get my info on me


Any time you receive a message telling you you have won a contest you did not enter, it is a scam.
Report yahoo phishing email:
If you received an email that says it's from Yahoo! or another trusted source but you suspect it might be a phishing email, forward the email to [email protected]
To report a Yahoo phishing web-site, use this form:
http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/securit...

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A gmail [email protected] Keeps appearing on my apple post site asking for my password. This is not my account. What should I do?


I am assuming you are getting this when you are signed into Gmail.
I found these help items:Someone changed your password
If you suspect that someone else knows or has changed your password, please reset it so nobody else can sign in to your account. To do so, just enter your username on thepassword-assistance page.
Account username:
  • For Google Accounts without Gmail: the full email address you used to create your account.
  • For Google Accounts with Gmail: everything before '@gmail.com'
If you think someone has access to the email address associated with your Google Account, please change the password for your email as well. Learn more about keeping your account secure.
If you're unable to reset your Google Account password, and you can't sign in to your account, you can fill out the account recovery form.
About phishing
A phishing website or message tries to trick you into revealing personal information by appearing to be from a legitimate source, such as a bank, social network, or even Google. If you receive a suspicious message, do not provide the information requested. We've included some tips to help you recognize phishing and keep your account secure.
Think before you click
Pay close attention to sign-in screens.
Cyber criminals can use links in emails, tweets, posts and online advertisements to direct you to fake sign-in screens, where they can steal your password. Only sign in to your account when you are certain you visited the real site directly. Check the Internet address to be sure.
How can I recognize phishing?
You should always be wary of any message that asks for your personal information or messages that refer you to a web page asking for personal information. If you receive this type of message, especially from a source claiming to be Google or Gmail, please don't provide the information requested. Google will never send unsolicited messages asking for your password or personal information, or messages containing executable attachments.
Messages or websites phishing for information might ask you to enter:
  • Usernames and passwords
  • Social Security numbers
  • Bank account numbers
  • PINs (Personal Identification Numbers)
  • Full credit card numbers
  • Your mother's maiden name
  • Your birthday
What should I do when I see a phishing scam?
Most importantly, never reply to suspicious emails, tweets, or posts with your personal or financial information. Also, don't fill out forms or sign-in screens that link from these messages.
Most email providers, including Gmail, allow you to report suspicious emails and phishing scams. To report phishing in Gmail, click the drop-down arrow next to "Reply" and select "Report phishing."
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I believe an email supposably from BT, I believe is phishing what do BT prefer me to do with it


this is not the bt site!!!! goto home.bt.com and ask their representatives.

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My email account keeps sending mail to my contacts. This is not okay with me. How do I solve this problem?


Good Day Ganeatone!

I'm sorry to hear that, It is clearly that your email account has been phished.

" What is phishing?

Fraudsters send fake emails or set up fake web sites that mimic Yahoo!'s sign-in pages (or the sign-in pages of other trusted companies, such as eBay or PayPal) to trick you into disclosing your user name and password. This practice is sometimes referred to as "phishing" - a play on the word "fishing" - because the fraudster is fishing for your private account information. Typically, fraudsters try to trick you into providing your user name and password so that they can gain access to an online account. Once they gain access, they can use your personal information to commit identity theft, charge your credit cards, empty your bank accounts, read your email, and lock you out of your online account by changing your password."

If you think you entered your Yahoo! ID and password at a phishing site, then change your password immediately to prevent phisher from using your email account from sending spam mails.



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