Your bank account with SunTrust, CapitalOne, Wells Fargo, US Bank, or Bank of America is not going to be shut down for fraud unless you click this link.
Your ISP is not going to cut you off for spamming/MP3 downloading/running a hidden proxy server unless you instantly read the instructions in the attached file.
Dora is not a 19-year-old coed who found your name on the Internet and is hot for you. Not only is she not hot for you, but her webcam is not free.
It is not a good idea to submit your social security number and bank information to a Mortgage Refinancing company who cannot spell "Mortgage" nor "Loan" correctly in the email they send you, no matter HOW low of an interest rate they promise.
And do you really want to buy a Septic Tank system from someone who spells it "S..e..p..t..1..k.T..@../\/..|<?" There is no such thing as a "Food and Drug Administration authorised producer in Republic of India" where you can legally buy narcotics online. And you probably shouldn't buy Vicodin from someone who spells it "cVecodeen" and sends emails with teensy tiny text in Latin or with only half of various jokes. The guy in Nigeria/Iraq/China/Ivory Coast/North Korea is NOT a long-lost relative of yours, and does NOT have 30 MILLION US DOLLARS and will not give you a percentage of it anyway. That attachment that comes with a friendly message was NOT sent by anyone you know (EVEN THOUGH their email address appears in the "From:" line) and what's more, the attachment probably contains a virus. Your eBay or PayPal account is not going to be cut off unless you click this link. In fact, if you'll notice, you probably got that email to an address that you don't use (and have never used) for eBay or Paypal. YOU HAVE NOT WON THE NETHERLANDS INTERNATIONAL LOTTERY. I don't care how many people tell you that you have. Oh, and by the way, I'm not sure if you knew this or not, but I wanted to let you know ... You cannot believe everything you get in email, or see online. It's shocking, I know, but true. Hope this helps, MrsVeteran