The email looked legitimate and fishy at the same time. It had what appeared to be the URL of a legitimate chapter of the Better Business Bureau and was mostly well-written. Yet it did have a single sentence with a grammatical error that should have raised a bigger red flag than it did. No genuine email would say, “Your emails is…” At least I hope not; the grammar nazi in me would have a fit.
Against my better judgment I clicked on the link anyway. Continue reading