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Fraud or not?

Find out if these emails are fraud or not

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Is this email fraudulent ?

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The presence of a zip file and a link in a non solicited email is always risky, you don't know what they contain.

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Is this email fraudulent ?

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The gain they're offering is not very credible, plus they prompt you to click on a link that may ask for your personal information.
Also note that the amount is written in Euros (little things like this should set off alarm bells).

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Is this email fraudulent ?

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A financial institution will never ask for personal information by email. The fraudster focuses on a problem and puts you on alert in order to get your personal information.

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Is this email fraudulent ?

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Your financial institution may send you documents, especially if you're expecting them. For example, when applying for financing.

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Is this email fraudulent ?

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An informative email from your financial institution confirming receipt of a money transfer you sent is not risky, especially if you're expecting it.

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