Mar 3, 2009

ecard scam! eeek!

If you get a fake e-card like this....



Do NOT click the linkies in it!

According to Bluemountain.com's email protection page THIS is why yoo can tell that emale is not reely frum them.
The individual sending the ecard should always be identifiable, such as in the subject line of the email itself. If you do not recognize the sender, be cautious. Be especially cautious of more generic subject lines.
And other stuff. Like they don't use grafiks in their notice yoo gotta ecard emales. Go see bout their email info so's yoo knows.

Real Bluemountain.com ecard notisses look like this...




Be careful out dere!

Purrrrrrrrrs,
Sanjee
Sanjee the Queen Bee Kitty

11 comments:

Black Cat said...

That's very good advice Sanjee! Thanks for sharing! I'm naturally suspicious by nature so I tend to delete any email whose author I don't recognise but it's so easy to click on a name you recognise like Blue Mountain.

I'm glad you liked the video Mini. Miss Peach's Mommy posted it on Facebook and I just had to post it on mine bloggie coz it made me laugh so much! I hadn't thought up anything for Wordless Wednesday before I saw that (I'm far too wordy, haha!).

I hope your Mom is winning her fight with the Alien Donkey, but I think she's still struggling coz her Skype is still wearing glasses! Please give her purrs for me :) xxx

Cheysuli and gemini said...

We've gotten lost of cards like that that we don't even open because we've never heard of these people! I think ti's horrible.

ML said...

Furry good advice, we gets lots of cards from "a friend" or sumfing like that wif no name given. I tells mine Mommie ML to jus delete 'em.
Grrreat post and FSA.
Love & Purrs,
KC

Elin! said...

Cool!
Hey Sanjee, i'm your new follower!

Purr with u;
Elin

xoxo

Daisy said...

Yikes! That's very scairty! Thanks for letting us know.

The Meezers said...

fank you for the advice Sanjee. I likes sending you Bloo Mountain cards so I hopes you know that if I send you one, it's real. But I usually send them on hollydays
purrssss and nosekissies - yore boyfriendcat Miles

Karen & Gerard Zemek said...

Thanks for the heads up! It's too bad people have nothing better to do with their time that to dream up scams like this.

Artsy Catsy said...

Hi Sanjee, Mom Robyn & all the Hotties! Sorry we haven't visited for awhile - we've had lots of sicklies going on over here, and now I'm kinda sickly, too. We've missed you!

Those e-card scammers need use their computers for something constructive ... like kitty blogging!

Purrs,
Rocky & staff

Victor Tabbycat said...

It's a good fing beans got us kittehs to help them figger out which email are real an which are spam. Mmmm, spam.

Tom Cat said...

How tricksy! Thanks for the great tips.

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