'Tis the season to be scammed!!
Just a reminder to keep alert - the scammers are out and about!
SWMBO just asked me what I'd ordered from Amazon, as she had an email to say it was being delivered 23 December. I have nothing on order, so took a look - the email was quite good at first sight, from Amazon.co.uk, not .com, with an order number and a picture of the product,etc. ..... apart from the fact it's nothing I would ever buy.
Then I noticed the address details - her email as name, "Registered address, United Kingdom" as adress..... hmmm
Looked further down the email "If you did not purchased this item and want to Cancel the transaction Please click on the link below". Bingo - why can't these dorks ever spell-check (or grammar check) their scams
So, hit reply to see what spoof address was being used - Amazon <JGTemail@example.com>, yeah, yeah. that'll be genuine then.
HOWEVER - she didn't know that, might have clicked the button and.........
Sent to Amazon via firstname.lastname@example.org