Capital One – Don’t Click on Links

Here’s another reason not to click on links in email. This Capital One email got through my spam filters and into my inbox. It’s obviously phishing email as when you hover your mouse over the link it goes to a really weird website – look at the red arrow.

This is another reason to generally not click on links in email.

 

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