Look out for a spike in spam this holiday
Beware of a possible increase in spam emails. The holidays mean people are spending more time online, buying gifts, doing comparison shopping and making travel plans.
Experts say criminals are looking to take advantage. So look out for emails with bogus links. Theives try making you believe your on a website for a retailer or travel site, in order to get you to supply them with your personal information.
The Better Business Bureau warns, if you don't know the sender, then don't click on any attatchments or web links. Also, never provide any personal information.