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What are some ways I can protect myself against fraudulent emails and websites?

  • Be cautious of any suspicious email address, e.g. incorrect grammar/spelling, misleading domain name
  • Open email attachments from unknown senders with extreme care especially those that have attachments with “pdf”, “word”, “Excel”, “exe”, “bat”, “.vbs”, “.js”, “.com” extensions
  • Do not click URL links from untrusted sources or emails such as spam emails. This will avoid your being re-directed to fraudulent websites which appear to be legitimate
  • Do not enter your email address and password when prompted from the hyperlinks/links in those unknown emails
  • Do not reply to any email messages from unknown senders as the unknown sender can validate the email address and owner