Joined: 28 May 11
29 May 11 8:48 pm
Just be precautious about unsolicited emails, they are often fraudulent. If you are not familiar with the business name that sent you the email and you’re not sure that you’re dealing with the real thing, find another way to contact the legitimate business company and ask. However, responding to unknown senders may simply verify that yours is a working email address and result in even more unwanted messages from strangers. The best approach may simply be to delete the email.
Sometimes they also send you an email pretending that they are associated from a company with whom you have an account, or even construct a username that is just like that of a well-known company to gain your trust, be suspicious and ask for information that the business already has, it’s like verifying an account. Just be guarded and don’t provide your credit card or bank account number unless you are actually paying for something.