The most common form of electronic communication is also one of the most common avenues for scammers as email scams have been running for decades.
Some have become part of pop culture, including the infamous Nigerian prince scam – a form of inheritance scam, promising free money for vital information, one of the oldest phishing scams – and others.
Email scams have gotten even more sophisticated, including Amazon scam email messages that really appear to be from Amazon.
Apple ID email scams are common as well, with the millions of users of iPhones and other Apple products across the globe.
New email scams are arising every day, so keep your eyes open and watch this space to learn about them as they develop. See below: