How to Catch Fake E-Mails that look like they are real but are not

I have gotten some fake e-mail from thieves and like many did open their e-mail and then realized it was fake, in the past I did lose my ID and pray you don’t so I pray this information will help you.

I have recently found how they do and do it all right in front of your eyes in the open.

Here is how the thieves get you to open their e-mail so they can rob you, it is so simple but I will show you how to tell a fake address when you get one, you may need a magnifying glass or some good strong glasses or do a copy and paste to see if you can find it there on the e-mail.

The e-mail address that is fake and one that is real.

  1. Real E-Mail Address       JoesBankinAmerica.com
  2. Fake e-mail address JoesBankinAmerica.com NOTE: After the .com the rest of the e-mail address is in light gray so it can’t bee seen. On my computer I was able to copy and paste the e-mail address and then I changes the color of the full address and what is followed by it and turned it all blue and everything showed up. I can’t do that on this site but when you get an e-mail you are not sure of, look at the end of the e-mail address and look close. It may have a light grey address that direst your information to them and not your bank or wherever you do business at. Here is the full FAKE Address attached at the end of the fake e-mail         JoesBankinAmerica.com/gotomyaddresssoicanroband steelfromthem/@robmail.com the last part is the extension.

Try highlight the e-mail address and extend the copy, then past it onto Word and then change the colors of the e-mail address and you will see all of the fake address.

I went to googles to find this info with an address to the Gov span dept.

You can report spam to www.ftc.gov/complaint. Please especially report any scam that started with an email and resulted in you losing money. The Federal Trade Commission receives about 300,000 samples of deceptive spam – forwarded by computer users – each day, and stores it in a database. July 28, 2004

Fake e-mail address will rob you so be careful and report it and watch you do not get caught in it, God bless you all and pass this on if it helps you.

Jackie Winters

lemonprotection.com

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