Recently I received an email from a major credit card company stating that they wanted to "rectify" a transaction on my account. Being curious I read the email and noticed it looked like the credit card company, but in this email it asked me to fill out a form to verify everything about my credit card.
NEVER, EVER RESPOND TO THIS kind of spoof email, but ALWAYS make sure you contact your credit card company directly using the numbers on the back of your card or your statement to let the fraud provention department respond.
AND JUST AS IMPORTANT AS THIS, . .
As always, when you're ready to purchase a home or land or sell your home or land contact me to represent you in your next real estate transaction.