Its a timely reminder that Phishing emails are starting to get into our email inboxes. I have a few each day that supposedly come from BT. Fraudsters create emails that look to come from genuine companies or even someone you know , in an attempt to defraud you.
They copy logos or signatures that look just like the real thing.
These emails are designed to infect your devices with malicious software or to steal financial information or passwords
Whatever you do DO NOT OPEN any attachments in any unsolicited emails you receive.
Nor click on ANY links in any unsolicited emails.
Now if you have a steady hand then hovering your mouse pointer over a link will show you where the link leads to. BUT be careful not to click!
Don't forget your Bank will NEVER send you any email asking for personal information.
Above all spend some money on a good antivirus checker that will scan your emails for you should you inadvertently click on them- its all to easily done.