|At least not unless you've confirmed that he's a real person and you've spoken to him. If he is a real person, I think he's being spoofed by someone from a title co in Mission Viejo (at least in the email I got). I received an unremarkable email request yesterday asking for my fees and availability. As usual, I replied asking for more information. I got a reply this am saying all the info was in the attachment. That smelled right away, so I didn't open it on my phone. When I logged into my pc, my AV software flagged it as "Phishing" and it was sent right to my "infected" folder in Outlook.|
I'm happy to know that the anti-virus folks (at least at ESET) are getting wise to these crooks, but it just reinforces that we can't be too careful these days!