I recently received an interesting email from a business that my firm has worked with. The content of the message was supposedly an electronic fax. I knew the email was suspect just based on how the electronic fax was handled. Our firm has a separate and known fax number. Typically, the only time electronic faxes are sent to inboxes is when we have instructed someone to do so.
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