When you get a call from an email-scammer asking for a money transfer, you have no idea whether you’re being spammed or if the person is trying to scam you.
However, with an email provider, you can get a better idea of whether or not your email has been compromised, thanks to a bot called SmsBot that has been around for some time.
Smsbot, which is now a feature on Google Assistant, works by asking you a series of questions about your email address, including whether it’s been compromised.
If you answer yes, the email-spammer will try to get your email to send money to them, according to a blog post by Google Assistant developer Mike Kelleher.
If you answer no, they will try sending you money, but you’ll receive a message telling you that they’re scamming.
“It’s the best way to find if someone’s using your email for spam,” Kellehe says.
The bot is also good for figuring out if someone is trying out new tricks to scam people, Kellehes said.
The company is currently offering the free bot as a “beta test” and is only available for people who have Google Assistant installed on their device.
You can also find it in the Google app store for $2.99.
The free version of Sms Bot will only work with email addresses that have been set up for Google Assistant.
SmsBot is not only a good way to check if your email account is being spied on, but it’s also good to make sure your account is secure, Keltes said.
The free version allows users to create an email account that will let the bot see your contact information, your location and even your phone number, Kacheles said.
If an email user tries to send you money or send you a new message, the bot will flag this as spam, and the email user will have to sign up for a free account.
Once you sign up, you’ll have to use your phone to verify your location before sending money or sending a new email.
Once you receive the money, the spam will stop, and you can then check if the email has changed since it was sent.
Smstoobot also helps you get the full extent of the scam, as it will tell you if the spammer has changed their email address or has sent you new emails.
Using an email addresses to send cash is also a common scam.
If your email provider has a scam warning or if you receive spam emails, it may be a good idea to check to make certain you’re not being scammed.
You also should use a good backup email account, as spam can easily be traced back to your original email address.
If a scammer has altered your email, it could be a great idea to change your email passwords, Kaselles said, as changing your email password could also lead to your email being compromised.
Smsis bot allows users the option to flag emails as spam and stop receiving them, Katchanoff said.
This feature is not currently available in Google Assistant for iOS or Android, but Katchaloff said he plans to add it in a future update.