Hackers are good. Real good. When you get that too-good-to-be-true email, don’t click it. Ever. Call me first.
Take a look at this example below. A family member, who is a business owner, sent this to me, thankfully, before she clicked the link. This is a good fake. Really good. There are a few clues to the deviousness but the obvious one is the from / return email address highlighted by the red box <– that’s not Microsoft! Other clues are hidden but they are there.
#KPTalks: Don’t trust what you read and see on the Internet, or in your inbox or text message. Be skeptical and, by all means, reach out to me if you’d like help.