Jan 22, 2022
In General Discussion
The threat of phishing (attempting to gain access special email list to confidential information by tricking the victim into thinking the request is legitimate) is as real as ever. Some of these scams are more obvious than others. One strategy contact you by email into special email list groups or categories. Then you set up a different email for yourself for each group you have identified. So if you do online banking you may want an email just for your bank account. Then another special email list for have no intention of receiving anything from them and/or see no value in receiving anything from them. The concept to this is that the smaller the special email list group you assign to each email the less that email gets used and the less exposure it has over the internet to be skimmed by robots for phishing purposes. A little bit of planning here can do wonders for how special email list well this strategy will serve you. As the email addresses from your internet service provider are probably paid for you are more likely to receive support from your provider if something goes wrong. It makes special email list sense therefore to use these emails for important contacts like your bank. It also means that associated with public email providers that you are not paying for. You could also think about using a service provider special email list and public email providers that offer automatic forwarding of emails. Doing this can make this approach work even better for you. This is because once you have set up all ones your service special email list provider lets you set accounts to auto-forward all emails that arrive at that inbox to the one email account that you will be using. If you set up the auto-forwarding to auto-delete once forwarded then you reduce special email list the need to visit any of the other email addresses because they should not have much in them.