17 December 2008
I received what looked like a genuine hallmark greeting card. All looked right, barring the main link which clicked to a virus. If you get e-cards, first check they’re from someone you know – don’t open any that aren’t.
Then hover your mouse over the link to check it goes to a legitimate site, before clicking. And always ensure your virus checker is switched on.
Martin Lewis, Money Saving Expert.
Please note, answers don't constitute financial advice, it is based on generalised journalistic research. Always ensure any decision is made with regards to your own individual circumstance.
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Fantastically Fervent MoneySaving Super Fan
Not to be confused with the hoax email about a Hallmark postcard currently doing the rounds again:
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