Internet safety quiz:
What should Toby do?
A) Click the link and enter her credit card number, Social Security number, or other personal information.
B) By-pass the link, and go directly to Enormoushop.com to see if there is a problem with the account.
C) Read this.
Let me hasten to warn all my readers. If you receive an email that requires you to click a link to re-enter personal information, or re-authorize an account, or update your credit card, do not click the link. I get them from senders claiming to be PayPal sometimes. By holding your cursor over the link without clicking, you can sometimes see that the link will take you to someplace other than the trusted site. If the URL is something like paypal.fkeosk.com, it is not a PayPal site; rather, it belongs to fkeosk.com.
The best thing to do is just go to the trusted site directly, the way you normally would. If there is a problem with your account, the company will notify you there. But divorcing your husband and getting a life is a good second option.
Belive me, you don't want to be the victim of identity theft, or this could happen to you.
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