Warning: BBB Email Scam Alert
July 5, 2012- The Central California Better Business Bureau would like to issue a warning of an email scam going around from email@example.com
This email is without subject and directs you to a non-descriptive link. This is not from a legitimate BBB employee nor has it been authorized by the BBB.
You could potentially fall victim to a virus or scam. Do not click on the link.
Scammers use highly sophisticated hacking techniques to break into your system, steal your email identity and infiltrate your address list. They then send the email seemingly from a respected organization or company, earning your trust. Once you click the link you are subjecting your computer and your entire network system to a virus or scam job.
If you receive an email that only includes a link, do not open it. No subject line will be your first clue that you may be falling for a scam.
Please be aware that any email or link that may look suspicious can be a potential hazard to your entire networking system.
Start with Trust. For more information on how to avoid scams and trustworthy consumer tips and information, visit www.cencal.bbb.org or call us, 800-675-8118.