A little common sense would tell you that if you can’t tell the difference between a genuine email and an email with a domain name, that you’re not being scammed.

But that’s not the case.

If you can read a legitimate email, then it’s not a scam.

But if you cannot read a genuine message, then you’re being scamed.

So if you’re unsure whether your email has been scammed, here’s a guide on what to look for.

What is schema?schema is a fancy word for “schema of origin”.

It’s used to describe the way an email is sent and received.

It’s not an accurate way of telling whether an email originated from an email provider or was created by someone who created an email for you.

A typical email that you would send from your email account will have a domain (domain) part and a subject line (subject) part.

The domain part will have the word email (or “email”) in front of it.

The subject line will have your email address (or domain).

The email address will be the first part of the email and will typically contain a link to the email that it’s for.

For example, if you send an email from your domain account, it will link to an email that was created for you and you’ll get a link that says “send me your domain name”.

If you send a mail from your Google account, then the email link is for the Google account.

If the email is not for you, then your email might be from an affiliate email marketing company.

This type of email has a very different format to that of a genuine Gmail email.

It may have a subject field with a few small links to links to the emails that it offers.

But it will usually be from a company that is not affiliated with you.

So, the email will usually look like this:This email might not have any content or be even less than a spam email.

The emails that you get from affiliate email marketers are more complicated than those you’d get from a real Gmail email, and they usually have a “signup” section.

In order to signup, you’ll have to provide a contact email address, a valid email address that you can verify by visiting your email provider’s website.

You’ll also have to enter your Google email address and Google’s verification code in the “sign up” section, which is the same part of your email that contains the domain part.

There’s a lot of email marketing content out there, and it’s easy to miss out on it.

That’s why we like to keep an eye on what’s happening in email marketing.

If your email looks like spam or a fake email, you’re probably being scorned.

But if it looks like your email isn’t from an account with a real domain, then maybe you should take some time to think about whether it’s a scam or not.

You can check out our comprehensive guide on email scams, or check out how to protect yourself against scammers on our guide to protecting yourself from email scams.