I would click the link. It's most likely a package I need.
I would click the link. What harm could it do?
I would click the link. It has the UPS logo right there. Surely a bad guy couldn't fake that.
I'm either going to delete this email OR I will visit the real UPS site and enter this tracking number. There's NO WAY I would click a link in this email.
I would give her my password. My email is important and she sounds very legitimate.
I would ask her if she is really legitimate. If she says "yes", then I would tell her my password.
I would tell her I need to verify who she is and I'll call her back after I call Network Services OR I would hang up.
I would select Remove All of course. This totally looks like a real virus protection thing.
Absolutely, I would select Remove All. You should never ignore virus warnings and this must be legitimate.
I would click Ignore. There's no way a bad guy who created this pop-up would make "Ignore" do anything other than Ignore. I can trust that choosing Ignore will be fine.
I use CTRL-ALT-DEL to shutdown my computer and have it checked out by network services at work or at home someone I trust to clean off malware. I wouldn't reconnect to the internet until my computer has been cleaned.
My memory is terrible. I'm sure I probably know Brody and want to be friends with him. I click the Confirm Request link.
I know Brody! And there's no way someone could fake an email with the facebook logo and the link that looks just like Facebook. It must be legitimate. I click the Confirm Request link.
I don't want to miss out connecting with Brody. He could be really nice. I click the Confirm Request link. And maybe I'll click the other link to find out what other requests I have. So much easier than having to log into Facebook.
I delete this email. If I suspect it might be legitimate. I login to Facebook to see friend requests (or look up Brody Miller)
How awful. Of course I'll help. And obviously, they're panicking. That's the reason for typos and things.
I would reply to the email and if they respond, then I'll know it's legitimate. It couldn't be a bad guy has hacked into their email and taken control.
Delete this email and contact my friend by phone or other email to let them know their email has been hacked and they should change their password.
It's my bank. I need to go to this website and get my online access fixed. Plus, look at the link. That's my bank's website (there's no way a bad guy could display one link while sending me to another site).
It must be legitimate. How would a bad guy know where I bank? I click the link and give them information. PLUS, it says "Member FDIC". A bad guy would never include that in his email.
Either delete this email or call my bank (using contact information from their legitimate website).
Nice. I've always loved my bank. I open the reward survey and give them my account number they asked for (after all, they need it to credit my account). And I know this is legitimate because it has the logo.
Of course I open the attachment. It couldn't possibly be a virus. I just want to see what it is.
I delete this email without opening the attachment.
It's probably something interesting or funny. I click the link to see.
It's Bill. It couldn't possibly be someone who hacked into Bill's account impersonating Bill. I click the link.
I delete it or ask Bill if he sent it.
As I suspected, I made an error. And this email totally looks legitimate. I'd click the link and be sure to include my correct banking information in order to get my refund properly.
It's just like the government to wait months to tell me about this. I'd click the link.
I would delete this email.
I totally trust the helpdesk and there's no way someone could impersonate them, wouldn't the email system catch it? I click the link and validate my password of course.
I'm so glad the HelpDesk is concerned about protecting the security of my email account. I click the link to take care of the problem right away.
I delete this email and if I'm unsure, I call the IT department and ask them. I wouldn't reply to this email or go to any links. And I'd never give them my password.