Email spoofing is the creation of email messages with a forged sender address
*Never* respond to a suspicious email or click any links in the email message. If you think you may have entered personal information into a website based on a request from a spoof email, you need to act immediately to protect your identity.
You can forward the spoof to the company that it pretends to be from. Example: email@example.com for spoofs from eBay and PayPal. Be careful. If you ever need to provide information to PayPal, only do it *after* you've logged into your account from the PayPal Home page.
Don’t fall for official looking requests for personal information.