There are so many scams out there online especially just waiting for you in the inbox of your email. I’ve talked about the different kinds email phishing scams out there ranging from PayPal, to Apple, and even Netflix.
Well today, we’re going to be taking a look at another that involves a very popular online retail giant. I’m going to take a look at what makes it a phishing email such as the email address itself, to the body of the email, and any common spelling and grammatical mistakes that you see in these type of emails. The email is an Amazon phishing email and so without further ado, let’s take a closer look.
There are many different kinds of apps made for your smartphone and a lot of them claim to make you money in some kind of way. Some are surveys, some promise to bring you traffic to something you’re promoting and others claim to make you money for pretty much doing nothing other than using your smartphone.
I’m going to be taking a look at a specific type of app for your phone that claims to send you money instantly based on your actual 9 to 5 job. Sounds like kind of an interesting concept doesn’t it?
There are many ways to make money online such as networking marketing, MLM (Multi-Level-Marketing), Affiliate Marketing, Drop Shipping, eBooks, surveys, etc. Nearly all of them are going to require to do some kind of online advertising or ways to drive traffic to whatever business opportunity you decide to do online.
What I want to take a look at is a specific kind of way to promote what I have to offer to earn some money and I am going to be guided by a video (which I will share a link to here in a bit) that shows you how to use that specific method that can generate a good amount of income. This will be my first time trying this and I’m considering this as a case study. Will it work, who knows, but it is free to try so I’m not losing any money by doing this.
It’s time to take a look at another common phishing email! If you’ve been following my series, you’ll have read about the ones I’ve talked about regarding Netflix and Apple. In my last article, I talked specifically about an Apple ID Email Scam and how I avoided becoming a victim of it. You can read more about that here if you haven’t already.
I took a look at such things as the email address it came from, the email header itself, spelling and grammatical errors and also the fact that the email failed to address me by my name which is one of the biggest red flags out there. If it were a legitimate email they would address me by my first name since I have an account with them.
Everyone dreams of something they wish were reality. A lot of us dream of extra money to where we can not worry about living paycheck to paycheck and how the bills are going to get paid. We tend to dream of winning the lottery so that we can take those vacations we’ve dreamed about and never have to request it off from a job.
Others might dream of meeting that special someone so that they can spend time with someone doing the things that they enjoy the most. If you’re married and have children, you might dream of having the means to pay for your children’s education.
Whatever it may be, we all dream about something that we want so badly in our lives. I’m definitely one of those. My biggest passion is traveling and antiquing. I love visiting places and seeing things I’ve never seen or experienced before. Heck even going back to places I’ve been to before is always a thrill for me.