Scam Alert: If It’s Misspelled, Is It From a Scammer?

The following is a guest post by Sid Kirchheimer: Scammers have never been known for their spelling ability. And a glance at your email inbox might provide the most recent evidence. Maybe you received mail in the last week claiming to be from Walmart.com — but spelled “Wallmart. That phony confirmation for a $900 TV purchase is actually a ruse intended to trick you into disclosing personal information, Walmart officials warn. (And this week, a similar fake — albeit, properly …