By Jennifer Jacobs, National Journal February 24, 2018 / 24:09:00The email trick is the same that is used by spam bots on websites like Gmail and Yahoo, but the technique involves a new way to disguise it.
The technique involves tricking children into clicking a link on the email address that will send them to a fake news site instead of their actual website.
Here’s how it worksThe email address is actually a different one than the email that you use to sign up for the newsletter.
In this email, you can add your address to your inbox, and then use the link that is sent to your email address to download a fake article from the fake site.
The article will then be automatically uploaded to your computer and you’ll receive a pop-up asking you to confirm the link before it opens.
If you accept, you’ll be taken to the fake news website.
The fake site is a parody of the New York Times, and it has a logo that looks like a giant skull and crossbones.
The title and logo are the same.
The page will also have an email address where you can sign up to receive the newsletter and receive your new article, if you choose to do so.
You can also check out our blog post for the full list of scams.
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