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wasthis email a virus or malware?


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#1 coryv4

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Posted 17 April 2014 - 01:05 AM



i got this email thinking its normal because i buy alot of stuff online and probably have 3 or 4 packages in the mail as we speak. me being stupid i clicked on the link and it took me to http://www.herefordesign.com/browser.php?la=mjtmLc7PbST0qDkMs2Ddd%2FKvIxA5JUolxDO%2Bag14N28%3D and nothing happened.

is it a virus or malware trying to get my info?

i high lighted the senders name and its from

help_id11@realtubesex.com

i rarely every go on porn sites and i have never even heard of this one

here are pics of the email

http://i.imgur.com/99YCiUd.png

 

 

http://i.imgur.com/pCDu8xw.png

 



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Posted 17 April 2014 - 01:18 AM

Let me ask you this?

 

Did you or anybody in your family buy anything that would need delivery by courier?

If the answer is NO then you should never click on any links in the email or download any attachments.



#3 coryv4

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Posted 17 April 2014 - 01:21 AM

Let me ask you this?

 

Did you or anybody in your family buy anything that would need delivery by courier?

If the answer is NO then you should never click on any links in the email or download any attachments.

i use usps as my primary carrier. i didnt actually click on it, my mother did.






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