Dwight Watt - Watt Thoughts #336 7/20/2017

#336 - Your E-mail Address Has Been Changed(Watt Thoughts)

I just got the below email and it is a phishing email but looks more realistic than a lot of others. If you look at address it came from it is not etrade but some college and if you were to hover over link in email it goes to something like southernsweethoney.com which is not etrade. (I deleted the link so people would not get to it from my email as I wanted you to see the message but not hurt anyone) This is a phishing email trying to get your account information or personal information for identity theft or to steal all in your accounts. If you get an email like this do not click on the links and close it and delete it.



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