How To Avoid And Report Email Scams

Email Scams

You must have heard about spam emails containing advertisements and promotional content. These emails are now being used for scamming innocent people as well. If you receive an email with the good news that you have won a lottery or a bank representative asks you to verify your credentials, you should be quick enough to notice that it is a scam.

The first thing that we (Claim Justice) tell our readers is that genuine companies and institutes don’t ask for personal information through emails. The email that you would receive would carry a link to a phishing page. This would look the same as the original website but it would be a copy to copy your personal information. If you fill in your information then it will surely be used to empty your bank account and those merciless scammers don’t even leave a single penny.

The second thing that we tell our readers is that legit companies don’t force their clients to open any link. But the scammers indirectly force their targets to open the phishing links by saying that if you don’t verify your details now then your credit card will be blocked permanently. Those who don’t know about these scams fall easily on this type of threat.

The email scammers have hundreds of disguises and they can contact you by wearing a different one but you should be cautious enough to recognize them. If you recognize them then you must report him to Claim Justice so that other people are made aware as well. We regularly update our clients about the latest types of scams so that they know about the threat before it reaches them.

Some clients take these things for granted and later contact us after being robbed of all their funds. Our team is capable enough to recover the money in a few weeks but our target is to make our clients aware of these fraudsters in advance so that the problem doesn’t even arise. In the last four years, we have recovered billions of dollars from scammers who were holding this money illegally. We believe that the money should be in the hands of its rightful owners.

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