How to Figure out an E Mail Scam
It's a phishing scam if they use the trademark Yahoo, without an exclamation mark at the end(i.e.Yahoo!)
The grammar and spelling looks rushed.
If you received one that explains how yahoo is deleted unused accounts, notice how button is spelled wrong.It is spelled as the following, "botton".
Yahoo!only asks you for your login information only when you ask(i.e. you forget your I.D. or password, or you want to change you password).
If you get the unused deleted accounts e-mail, then you should automatically know it's a scam, because yahoo keeps track of recent log-ins by the user, so they would know if your account was used or unused.
If you got the lottery ticket e-mail from "Britain's YAHOO/MSN" it is a scam, because it is illegal to enter anyone into a contest without their knowledge or permission.
If you get the lottery ticket scam, you will know it is a scam because the correct term for British pounds is, "Great Britain Pounds Sterlings", in the e-mail, it is used incorrectly as, "Great Britain Pound Sterlings".
QuestionI received an email telling me I would not be able to receive or send emails as I had exceeded my capacity. Is this from Yahoo?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerNo. Delete the email and mark it as spam.Thanks!
QuestionHow can I figure out if a phone call is a scam or not?Bobby BrahmaduttCommunity AnswerBy knowing the country code of a caller (eg:+65 xxxxxxx). Most of the scam calls are from foreign based numbers.Thanks!
QuestionHow do I know if an email is a scam?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerIf an email asks for ANY type of personal information, or requests you to click a link, it's probably a scam, as most companies will just ask you to review your account by going to their website. Most emails are just reminders, and not login portals.Thanks!
I received a message saying my Yahoo account was being suspended. Is this real or a hoax?
Will Yahoo call on the phone about Yahoo email scams?
Yahoo has been saying that they have been preventing sign in attempts to my computer. They have recommended that I go to the sign in site and change my password. Is this a legitimate warning?
I do get emails from an unknown address with plenty of addresses from Yahoo. To start with my initial letter, I do not have Yahoo?
I received an emailed that I request my accounts to Be terminated whichever I did. Is it safe to response to the cancelled request?
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- If a term is used incorrectly, chances are that it's a scam.
- You can always copy and paste the e-mail onto Appleworks Word Processor or Microsoft Word and Grammar&Spell check it. If there is a missing space, punctuation mark, or misspellings, it is probably a scam.
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