If you get an email like this one from Costco or some other company, just permanently delete it. It’s fake. One easy way of telling it’s fake is if you get an email from a company that you do not have an account with.
SAMPLE No. 1
This spam email is designed to update their database to know that your email address is a live one. If you click on it, expect a lot more spam emails after that.
Do not trust this website: American-Choices.com
Here are the words, names and other fake content you will see:
✉ REMINDER: Offer expires after 12 May
It’s your turn to get this Costco card today!
Cards left: 15
#Last weeks winners
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SAMPLE No. 2
This one is a graphic file. No real text. The whole picture links to a fake website:
Do not trust this website: Rigsnoisily.fun
This is where the link goes: http://rigsnoisily.fun/etc.