How to tell if that email you’ve received is real or a scam

Let’s assume for a moment that a suspicious email you’ve just received is so well-written that you can’t immediately tell whether it’s a scam. For some reason, the usual telltale signs aren’t quite there: a ridiculous story, poor spelling and grammar, nonsensical email address, disguised links, unusual names, suspicious attachments, and so on. In order to dig deeper and quickly get to the bottom of things, you need to go to the source (apologies for the cliché).

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