A fraudulent e-mail flooding the Internet claims to have a link to an E-Card from a family member, friend or neighbor and uses major greeting card company names such as Hallmark.
Clicking on the link can download a virus onto your computer that compromises personal data.
If you are unsure if a Hallmark E-Card you receive is real, don't click on a link in the e-mail. Instead use Hallmark's E-Card pickup, which is set up so that you can easily read the card on their website.
Then, delete the email!
Hallmark has set up a page on their website devoted to helping you determine if you've gotten a legitimate E-Card. To see that page, click here. Here's some information from the site.