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Hi All;
Liz came across this. It fooled me (easy to do)!
I thought it was worth sharing.
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Thanks for the heads up Thomas.

So it gets me to wonder if its only the letter "A" to look out for or if it can be applied to other letters of the alphabet as well?

 
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Wow! I had to read your explanation before I spotted the difference. Sometimes I think the hackers are so smart, they could surely find a respectable, legal job.

It's my practice to never clink on a link inside an email. I always type in the address for the website directly into my browser's address bar.

 
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Like Stacie, I never click on the links though ...

They probably know I opened the email so is that bad, too?

I usually don't open unsolicited emails so if I did by mistake?
 
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