This tip requires a bit more technical knowledge; however, you may be able to gather enough information to determine if the email is legitimate or from a cyber-criminal. When an email is sent from the sender to the recipient, the email’s message header is updated with technical details (e.g., sender’s email address, IP addresses, return email address, etc.). When reading the message header for a suspicious email, you should pay special attention to the “Reply-To:” field as this may include the cyber-criminals email address. Additionally, you should read through the message header to identify IP addresses or servers hosted in foreign countries (e.g., .ru, .ro, .cn, .cm, .cz, etc.) since this may indicate that the email is fictitious.