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Please update and verify your information !!!

Three exclamation marks means this e-mail is very important and urgent…
.. but since I never have – not once – ever – in my life – dealt with Western Union .. I think it is safe for me to Mark as phishing. (Congrats, Hotmail, for adding this feature [finally].)

Is it safe yet, these days, to say that, if it has an exclamation mark in the subject line, it’s from a scammer ? A new Rule Of Thumb?

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February 6, 2009 - Posted by | computers, Internet scam, Phishing, phraud


  1. TechPaul,

    You probably received that due to all the winnings you have been receiving…

    Thank you for educating us about these fraudulent emails.



    Comment by whatsonmypc | February 7, 2009 | Reply

    • Hmmm.. is this why I can’t get my millions out of Nigeria/Ireland/Spain/England/Netherlands/etc.? I haven’t been replying to WU?
      Maybe I better go back and undelete that…


      Comment by techpaul | February 7, 2009 | Reply

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