It can be tough to identify an email phishing because the emails used and fake websites where they can take you to complete their scams are made to look just like the company they are pretending to be. There are two particular tips you could pay attention to that might give you a heads-up that something may be wrong. First, if an email asks you to provide your confidential information, be warned! Second, if the email asks you to click a link. Be alert! Both of these are warnings that you received a phishing email. Other ways to identify and avoid an email phishing:
1. Don’t trust the name; it will have the official website name. When you click the link, it will redirect you to other link.
2. Look for the email spells and grammars; Phishing emails usually have poor grammar, and the names similar to the official company name.
3. Don’t click anything;
4. Don’t panic about the threaten letter and languages;
5. Don’t ever give your personal information through the email;
Here is the example picture about phishing email:
Credits: Ophtek Website