Become an expert at identifying spam in your inbox. We all know to delete the standard **Free 60’ TV!!** in the subject line, however there are times when SPAM isn’t written in black and white. Spam emails have become very challenging to read, because it seems like it is coming from a legitimate source. There are a few tips that can help you.
Make sure you check the links found in the message before clicking. Copy and paste into notepad or a word document so you can analyze and see if it looks fishy. If the message claims it is coming from your cell phone provider and when you click you are directed to http://susy-and-tom-from-nowhere.com you have been spammed and should automatically delete. You can also contact MSP to purchase spam detecting software. This is the safest and most efficient way of sorting through what emails are coming from a legitimate source and which ones are not.