I got an e-mail, purportedly from bobbykat, with a link in it. The return address in the e-mail is ****@methodist.org.uk . Bobbykat does not live in
the UK, so I am suspicious that the e-mail is a trick to get me to click on the link therein (I have not done so).
What do you think?
I could post the link, if you wish
I have not been in touch with bobbykat for a few years.
I will probably send her an e-mail about this if I still have her e-mail address. But, I thought it might be of some interest for discussion here at KF.
Notice I have not quoted words from the e-mail, which I think is against KF rules.
Try replying to the email asking a question only Bobbykat would know the answer to.
Sounds like spam.
I get similar emails too, I've never opened it (Gmail sends it to spam folder, but I can see the first line). The messages goes something like this:
Hi Quaver http://www.???????????? Thank you!
Someone probably got the email address from somewhere, and are sending spam with my friend's from address.
Unless, that is, it has a proper message.