A scammer will send you an email claiming to be AJHQ, asking for your password. You may have sent an email to a fake email at first, not realizing that it wasn't actually AJHQ.
- You send an email saying that something's wrong with your account, and the fake AJHQ email responds by asking for your password.
- An AJHQ email tells you that you need to give them your password to verify or fix something.
- An AJHQ email tells you that they're giving you free items, but they need your password.
How To Avoid This Scam
AJHQ's email is email@example.com. If you get an email from anyone else claiming to be AJHQ, they are a scammer. AJHQ has their own domain.
AJHQ would never ask for your password. They have all passwords safely stored in their records, so there is no need for them to ask. If you get an email from someone claiming to be AJHQ and they ask for your password, it's fake.