Received a fishing message to my phone via tmomail.net. The sender's address appears as another tmomail.net address, but since email senders name (the From: header) is trivially faked, I have no reason to think it's actually the sender's address.
Since the sender's address is probably bogus, there's no reliable way for me to block that address.
Is there any point in contacting TMO support to find out the true origin of this message?
On a slightly lighter note, this was a bogus warning about my Amazon account, which directed me to "us-amnazon.online" for resolution.
Best answer by tmo_amandaView original