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  2. Protect yourself from internet scams - AOL Help

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    Phishing scams happen when you receive an email that looks like it came from a company you trust (like AOL), but is ultimately from a hacker trying to get your information. All legitimate AOL Mail will be marked as either Certified Mail, if its an official marketing email, or Official Mail, if it's an important account email. If you get an ...

  3. Here's how to spot a scam online - AOL

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    Some examples: They say they've noticed suspicious activity or log-in attempts on your account. They claim there’s a problem with your account or your payment information. They say you need to ...

  4. Identify legitimate AOL websites, requests, and ... - AOL Help

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    • Fake email addresses - Malicious actors sometimes send from email addresses made to look like an official email address but in fact is missing a letter(s), misspelled, replaces a letter with a lookalike number (e.g. “O” and “0”), or originates from free email services that would not be used for official communications.

  5. How to spot phishing scams and keep your info safe - AOL

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    They say they've noticed suspicious activity or log-in attempts on your account. They claim there’s a problem with your account or your payment information. They say you need to submit certain ...

  6. Straight Talk: Don't fall for Facebook scam that targets ...

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    Never send your login information to someone via email or Facebook Messenger. If you entered your login credentials into a fake form, change your password immediately.

  7. Technical support scam - Wikipedia

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    Technical support scams can also be initiated via cold calls. These are usually robocalls which claim to be associated with a legitimate third party such as Microsoft or Apple. Technical support scams can also attract victims by purchasing keyword advertising on major search

  8. Use AOL Certified Mail to confirm legitimate AOL emails

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    If you're ever concerned about the legitimacy of these emails, just check to see if there's a green "AOL Certified Mail" icon beside the sender name. When you open the email, you'll also see the Certified Mail banner above the message details. When you get a message that seems to be from AOL, but it doesn't have those 2 indicators, and it isn't ...

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