The government of Canada has released a new infographic that outlines 5 things to look for to raise some serious red flags that a message is spam.

While most people will probably find these things obvious, I do think it acts as a quick reinforcement of what should get your spidey sense tingling.

The infographic is all part of Canada’s imitative to crack down on spam (which is a good thing for legitimate email marketers and all email users) as the country prepares to roll out it’s new Anti-Spam legislation. The infographic really applies to everyone, not just those within Canada, since the traits of spam are almost universal.

Worried It's Spam: 5 Things To Look For

Worried It’s Spam: 5 Things To Look For

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