E-mail scams are unsolicited emails that claim the prospect of a bargain or something
for nothing. Some spam messages ask for business, others invite victims to a web site
with a detailed pitch. Once the email is opened, malware of various sorts may be
triggered. While our spam filters catch most of these emails, be alert and delete
any suspicious emails without opening them.
Use caution in replying to any unsolicited email. If you are in doubt, these websites
offer information about poplar scams: