phising email scam

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  • Congrats to you Dave Biluk, you have won 1,000,000 US Dollars from the US Lottery. In order to redeem the money, please put your credit card info here. Congrats again, from the US LOTTERY COMPANY.
  • Congrats to you Dave Biluk, you have won 1,000,000 US Dollars from the US Lottery. In order to redeem the money, please put your credit card info here. Congrats again, from the US LOTTERY COMPANY.
  • Congrats to you Dave Biluk, you have won 1,000,000 US Dollars from the US Lottery. In order to redeem the money, please put your credit card info here. Congrats again, from the US LOTTERY COMPANY.
  • Dave is coming back from a meeting to his office. He comes back to see this in his spam. He thinks this is fake. Is he right?
  • Congrats to you Dave Biluk, you have won 1,000,000 US Dollars from the US Lottery. In order to redeem the money, please put your credit card info here. Congrats again, from the US LOTTERY COMPANY.
  • When you see this email, you can already see some bits of the email that are real fishy.
  • Congrats to you Dave Biluk, you have won 1,000,000 US Dollars from the US Lottery. In order to redeem the money, please put your credit card info here. Congrats again, from the US LOTTERY COMPANY.
  • First off, let's be real for a moment and ask ourselves: "Did I even do this or that?" In this case Dave should be asking himself: "Did I even buy a lottery ticket in the first place?" which he did not.
  • Congrats to you Dave Biluk, you have won 1,000,000 US Dollars from the US Lottery. In order to redeem the money, please put your credit card info here. Congrats again, from the US LOTTERY COMPANY.
  • Second off, is it too good to be true? It really could be since you are getting an email about earning 1,000,000 US Dollars.
  • Finally, the link in the attachment. When you see a link in the email or attachment from a span email, you can tell that they are not always what they seem. The email says to give Credit Card info here. You can clearly tell that this credit card info will not be going to the US Lottery.
  • "Wow, now I know what to look out for when I see any emails in my spam."
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