Just today, I received an e-mail telling me to remove a post that I made in one of my blogspots or at least put a "nofollow tag" to the links. Shortly after a few seconds of reading the e-mail, I received another one. Then from there I took a very good look at how the e-mail looks as compared to the original e-mail from Sponsored Reviews.
Presto! they really look the same in every way unless you are a good eye catcher of the way those phishers and scammers do it.
"THE ONLY DIFFERENCE THE E-MAIL I RECEIVED FROM THE ORIGINAL E-MAIL THAT HAS BEEN SENT TO ME BY SOME SORT OF SCAMMERS IS THAT THEIR'S (the scammer's e-mail)DOES NOT HAVE THE LINK TO "sponsoredreviews.com" WEBSITE AT THE BOTTOM OF ALL THE ORIGINAL E-MAILS FROM Sponsored Reviews.
Beware of this kind of e-mails posting as if they came from Sponsored Reviews. They really look so much the same until you take a look at the signatory website labeled "sponsored reviews team". They should have a legitimate link to the actual website of Sponsored Reviews.
Below is the screen shot of the phishing e-mail sent to me... (right click and open in new tab for "firefox" users to see enlarged size of this phishing e-mail).
Below is the screen shot of the original e-mail sent to me by Sponsored Reviews... (right click and open in new tab for "firefox" users to see enlarged size of this original e-mail)
Take a good look at the 2 e-mails and you will notice that the original e-mail from Sponsored Reviews have a bluish color at the bottom that says "SponsoredReviews.com Team". The phishing e-mail that I received looks simply like this "SponsoredReviews Team". Without any color blue which signifies that it is a link and gives the actual URL of Sponsored Reviews when you try to mouse over it.
Note also that "SponsoredReviews.com Team" label at the bottom of the e-mail (from the authentic Sponsored Reviews e-mail) is very far different from the "SponsoredReviews Team" label (from the phishing e-mail that I received).