Got an email and not sure it's real? Be aware that sometimes you can get an email from a friend or family member that could contain a virus or malware. If you're unsure, send them an email and ask, a new email don't reply. Lots of fake emails have a link in it. Look at the link and see if it looks legit. One more thing, you can open it on your phone or tablet and keep your computer safe. If it is a virus, it's most likely a Window virus and won't hurt your phone or tablet.
Here's how to report and recognize fraud emails.
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