Alert! Never Open this Three Type of Emails, else you’ll have to Pay for it

Email has long been a soft target for hackers and frauds. Phishing is quite easy and despite Gmail's lakh security, every day hackers find new ways.
Alert! Never Open this Three Type of Emails, else you’ll have to Pay for it

Internet has many advantages and many disadvantages. The same goes with email. Email has become your need now and you check it every day. Email is like a soft target for hackers and fraud. Fishing is quite common and thus gets fraudulent with the users.

You need to be very careful while accessing email. Many of you will be serious about this, but those who are still not aware of this, tell them that your bank accounts can also be emptied through email.

Although Gmail offers many options to avoid phishing, but every day new viruses are prepared and you are targeted. Next time you use email, do not open these two types of email. Because only by opening email you can become a victim of fraud.

There will be many of you who will already know about such fraud. But for those who do not know, these tips are important.

Your computer is infected
Do not trust such messages at all. Because even if your computer is affected by a virus, no company sends an email like this. Therefore, do not open such an email by forgetting it. If there is any attachment in it, do not click it too and delete it directly after reporting it as spam.

Prize Emails
You will definitely be aware of such emails. Many times you open it even if you don't want to, so that they can understand what is written in it. You should be sure about one thing that some kind of reward will not come on your email.

Congratulations will find emails written by you are the lucky winner, whose same is also written in the subject line. Delete such email and report spam.

Emails with Banking related fraud data
This is a very serious matter. Fraud emails you by creating an email ID like the bank where your account is in. This type of email contains your data. Your name, phone number and some basic information related to the bank. In such emails, they are asked to confirm. Do not do this at all. Because generally the frauds try this way and make the customers click on the wrong link and if the information is confirmed, they can make a dent in your bank account.

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