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Is that a scam or what, i find it in my inbox facebook t-me 7/17/12 10:46 AM
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Re: Is that a scam or what, i find it in my inbox facebook icantchooseone 7/17/12 11:04 AM
its a scam called phishing to try steal your private info / password ,  click on the down arrow at the top right of the email and select "Report phishing" from the drop down menu.  This will help Gmail warn others that the email is a scam , or use the following form:  http://mail.google.com/support/bin/request.py?contact_type=abuse_phishing

some info : never give out your password to emailed requests , any email from Google must end @google.com   but still Google will never ask you for your password (other than in their normal sign in screens, etc.). If you ever get an email asking for your password, you can be guaranteed that it isn't from Google/Gmail.



Messages asking for personal information:  http://mail.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=8253

Re: Is that a scam or what, i find it in my inbox facebook t-me 7/17/12 11:32 AM
Thank you
Re: Is that a scam or what, i find it in my inbox facebook icantchooseone 7/17/12 11:35 AM
:-)