Phishing emails will try and get you to do something to provide your sensitive personal information.
To gain access to your account a phishing email may-
- Offer Rare/expensive/free items
- Promise special offers such as beta access
- Or even threaten to suspend your account
In most cases these emails will usually ask you to either click a link to a fake website or directly reply to the scammer with your personal details.
If you receive a phishing email, please forward it on to firstname.lastname@example.org, add the sender to your block list on your email, and then delete it.
- Fake "Support Email" Phishing Scam
The best way to avoid falling for this scam is to NEVER login to an account that you did not create yourself.
Always check the sender's email address. Here's a list of email's we'll contact you from: