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And the scams keep coming ...

This time it is a message from Adobe with the Product Key for my new purchase.

Now, I have several pieces of Adobe software, but the one named is not one of them.
The alleged key is claimed to be in an attachment - and I wonder what unwelcome bit of code I would have downloaded if I had even looked at the attachment out of curiosity.

It might be yet another Christmas, but I am still not senile.

Geoff

You have to be on your guard at all times, I got an email from a bank I dont even use to let me know the ‘account’ was compromised by a third party trying to empty my account for me to click on the link and give my account details so it does not happen again.

I declined their help

Al