New Email Scams

Over the past few years service providers like Microsoft, Facebook, Twitter, Paypal and others have stepped up their security game by contacting customers when they detect strange activities concerning users’ accounts. Consequently, there are more of these types of emails showing up in Email boxes. Scammers are taking advantage of these increased security messaging for their own ends, sending very convincing lookalike security messages.

This article has screen shots of the latest tech support scams and it is worth a look.

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