It’s that time of year when people send more and more eCards to friends rather than

traditonal Christmas cards in the post. The increasing problem is the amount of fake eCards being sent from spammers to capture your details.

Here’s a few tips on what to look out for:

1. If the e-mail greeting card does NOT have senders name that you recognise, don’t open it.
2. Hover your mouse over the URL and if they don’t match, don’t open it.
3. If you are suspicious, don’t open it.

egreetings have a very good e-mail protection resource centre
http://www.egreetings.com/email-protection#howto

If in doubt, don’t open it.

Happy Christmas