Tis the Season (to see Scams)

As many are out purchasing gifts and enjoy the holiday season, scammers are crafting ways to trick you. Christmas is a prime time for receiving phishing emails so be on the look out! Below are some of the common ones to show up this time of year.

I bought an ugly sweater for Uncle Dillon using PayPal… did they overcharge me?
The truth: This has nothing to do with the sweater. Clicking one of these links means fraudulent charges are soon to come!

Heyl A party invitation! Someone must know I make excellent Wasil.
The Truth: Though I bet it is tasty, these guys just want your banking information.

Source: http://blog.trendmicro.com/trendlabs-security-intelligence/christmas-themed-malware-starts-to-jingle-all-the-way/