Legitimate email or not, spoofing the form?

Discussion in 'privacy problems' started by lucd, May 18, 2020.

  1. lucd

    lucd Registered Member

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    I have a job offer and the person who wants to hire me ask me to send him important personal data on his email address : let's use an imaginary address like stevenson@groceries.com , on the Internet I've only found contact@groceries.com and not the one he asked me to send to. I am not asking if it's possible to hack and spoof the email server just if anybody can change the form or it's impossible : you must be the administrator in that company I think to assign email addresses. Can't find telephone number to verify if it's him but I think it's OK. He sent me offer via messenger using a name and surname , though he has no account under that name on facebook, but other data such as name surname are true match on LinkedIn, dunno what to do, as long as the name after the @ is groceries and groceries is a real company
    I am safe to send to any form before it? Best regards
     
    Last edited: May 18, 2020
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