The tide of scams has once more turned back to email with a recent upwelling of scam emails turning up in customer inboxes.
And for a change, they are well crafted nicely put together spelt correctly and with a smattering of punctuation.
But! the return address is different to the sent from address, both of those addresses have nothing to do with the content of the email.
There is a link in the email, centrally placed with large inviting letters but do not click it, that is the phishing link to a web address that will attempt to infect your machine.
Make sure you mark it as junk (spam) mail so your email program will learn and block future emails like it.
If you inadvertently click a link in a suspect email we would recommend you download and run Malwarebytes from www.malwarebytes.com as a minimum and perhaps consider having a chat with us.