Beware of unusual emails containing .xls or .pdf files
If you recently received any emails like the above from companies you don’t normally have dealings with and you opened the attachments (.exe .xls or .pdf) your computer is probably now infected with Malware (a Computer Virus)
If you don’t recognize an email’s sender, you have no usual dealings with that sender or the company it purports to be from. Then DON’T open it.
Even the best PAID and current anti-virus software can’t protect you from these kinds of trojan viruses.
Perform a full anti-virus scan of ALL the files on your computer and download and run the FREE version of MalwareBytes. You will be ssurprised what it may discover.
However, if your convinced you have a virus and the tell-tale-signs are showing then bring your PC to us or have your local IT expert check it out for you. Click here for further help.
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