Avoid Spam & Phishing Mail

Avoid Phishing Phrases and Spam Trigger Words


When you’re composing client emails, always try and avoid typing phishing phrases and spam trigger words. Unfortunately, there is no such thing as a complete list of trigger words to avoid, but here are some examples that can give you an idea:


Fantastic deal
For free
Act now! Don’t hesitate!


As spam is basically trying to block commercial promotions, the words that are highly common in such emails must be avoided (or used sparingly). We hope the above information is helpful.


Phishing, on the other hand, is designed to steal identities by getting the receiver to click on a fraudulent link. So common phrases in phishing emails that you must avoid using will be related to bank accounts and personal data.

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