AOL mail is used by millions of people. One of the best reason is AOL provides the high-end email privacy and security as compared to some of other email carriers. You can contact AOL support directly if you have any issues. Some of the identity thieves and scammers often send phishing emails which look like it came from AOL as they know it’s used by a lot of people, such as given below If you will notice you will find out the presentation or format of the email is quite poor which is presently circulating. Address through that email is broadcasted has no relation with AOL company and their number has no relation with AOL customer care phone number. If you look further that email was not directly sent to any specific person by name. This phishing email wants you to click on a link in order to resolve your issues, like many other similar kinds of scams. One of the two things will happen if you click on the link. By click on the link, either you will be downloading a keystroke logging malware unknowingly which can steal your all information from your computer and will make you an identity theft victim or give you a screen to ask your information to be filled in to make you an identity theft victim.
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To confirm who sent you the email directly contact AOL support by dialing AOL customer support Number. In case, AOL wants to communicate to its users about their services, they send the email by AOL certified email, it has an official AOL mail seal as it appears a blue envelope in your inbox. This email contains a fictitious AOL logo which can easily be located in the email. Usually, when we receive emails we are not sure who sent the email to us. Until or unless you are not undoubtedly sure that is legitimate, never click on the link or not open the email. According to you if you think the email might be legitimate in that case dial AOL technical support phone number directly to know its accurate email sent by AOL is legitimate or not.