SPOTTING BOGUS EMAIL MESSAGES

WE ARE DELUGED with emails daily. But, as with all things connected to the internet, discernment is a key skill to use to decide which are valid. This morning I received the email pictured below. I had just ordered something from Amazon so I opened it to see if it was important. It wasn’t. The first clue was that it was poorly designed and not like other Amazon correspondence but the clinchers were the strange return email address at the top and the unsubscribe email address at the bottom. As far as I know Amazon has not yet relocated to Reno. I deleted the message. Be very, very leery of emails that seem just a bit off. Even if they look real, be skeptical. If you want to go to a site, open your browser and go. Do not rely on someone else’s link.
More convenient? Yes.
Dangerous? Yes.