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WArning: fake emails from TelMex/Infinitum

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I've had two people today who have received official-looking emails from Infinitum and/or TelMex, telling them that Prodigy email has been "updated", and if they don't want to lose their email access, they better "click here now" or lose it. And of course that includes your email password.

No one would ever do that legitimately, so I recommend you mark any email like that as JUNK, or delete it.

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Good tip.

When I get e-mail that I think that is not legit, I look at sender e-mail address.  Most of the time that address has nothing to do with the company in the body of the e-mail. To it helps confirm that the e-mail is not legitimate

 

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