What you can do to protect yourself from fraudulent ecard emails moving forward?

Article ID: 164
Last updated: 29 Aug, 2018

If you feel that you have received a fraudulent ecard email claiming to be from 123Greetings.com, please submit your example with full header and body of the email to techsupport@123greetings.com to help in our investigations. You can be assured that your submission will help us continue to fight spam and phishing.

To retrieve the full header and body of the email please check the following:

Some additional recommendations to further protect you:

  • Make sure to always use the latest version of your Internet browser, as they will check for potentially fraudulent websites when browsing the web.
  • Save our known address ecards@123greetings.com to your safe senders list so that legitimate ecard messages are ensured to be delivered. This, however, does not ensure that ecard scams do not get into your inbox.
  • Please continue to be mindful of the above characteristics of our ecard emails versus the malicious emails and report any findings to techsupport@123greetings.com.
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Last updated: 29 Aug, 2018
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