We know spammers, from time to time, have sent fake E-Cards pickup notification e-mails. The card links in these "phishing" emails can be used to trick people into visiting computers and web pages that are not ours. Our pickup notices all link to the sites e-cards.com or greenleap.com. Please make sure the website you link to from a card pickup notice is one of these.
Phishing emails usually try to trick recipients into downloading a virus or spyware or sharing sensitive private information. The computers responsible for sending spam and collecting phishing results might not be owned by the attackers. These computers may be intermediaries that have been hacked or infected by a virus. These compromised computers are, in many cases, personal computers that do not have proper firewall/virus protection.
If you received a spam mailing, your email may have been obtained from another virus infected personal computers, a spam list that spammers share and sell or a random mail address generator.
To report such abuse to us please use our: Spam Abuse Report Form