The following are examples of recent email scams. Our approach to unexpected email is this: if you were not expecting an email from the sender, or you do not recognize the email address, DO NOT click on the email. Just delete it. If you have any reservations, or questioning the validity of the email, forward it to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will evaluate it for you.
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In this example, I am unfamiliar with the sender and we are not expecting a document from this company. Hence, I delete it. If its important, this person will call me.
In the example below, the email looks like it came from Microsoft. But, if you take a close look at the senders email address (inside red box) you will notice the senders domain address is not a @microsoft.com address but from @mitie.com. Since I am not familiar with the senders domain address, I simply delete the email.