Recently, people have seen some scam emails in their inbox, and that want people us to subscribe for various plans. You should ignore these emails even though they are requesting you to subscribe on their page. As you should know, over the past few weeks, the BleepingComputer has seen so many emails in their inbox with the subject line like “Confirm your unsubscribe request.” Sometimes these even appear as “Client #980920318 To_STOP_Receiving These Emails From Us Hit reply And Let Us Know.
These emails have been appearing for a long time now, but while this was the first time they encountered it, they wanted to issue an alert to let people know. Well, so here where the problem is. Unlike other subscription, these emails won’t tell you what you are subscribing for, so it, I guess enough to trigger suspicion.
Please_confirm your Unsubscribe To confirm your Unsubscribe, please click here or on the link below. Unsubscribe me! Thank you!
Whenever you find emails like that, just run and no need to come back! They will come in various templates which will look more professional and all. So, you will find them attractive and will make a mistake to click on the link. If you are looking for trouble, click on those links anyway and it will compose a new message. The original note will also contain the “Unsubscribe” button and no message body. Moreover, they will want you to send those emails to 15 or 30 more email address. As you know what I am letting you know, you will not send those emails to anyone but will delete them.
Scam emails can contain phishing, diet pills, vitamins, and loans, and you better be ignoring those scammers. And if you respond to those emails, you must be ready for even more spam messages in your inbox of the same or more types. So, think before you click on the links.