The Attorney General’s office warns of misleading e-mail messages that appear to come from internet services such as Earthlink, or AOL, or Ebay labeled “official notice” or “reminder.” The Consumner Protection Office says such fake notices are sometimes attempts by fraudulent opertors to get your credit or debit card information. They look official and sound official. But the companies say they never ask for that kind of information through e-mails. The Attorney General wants to know if you get any of these messages.
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