There are many scam emails being sent out recently with forged "From"
addresses like: maui.net, amazon.com, IRS, PayPal, Norton & Geek Squad.
Never trust what you see in the “from” address of any email.
They can send you an email that says “from: email@example.com”. They can send you an email that says “from: firstname.lastname@example.org”. When you set up a new email account, you can type anything you want in the “from” field. You can make it “from: email@example.com”. Never trust any “from” address.
One does not need to own the domain name to send an email with any from address. They can send you sn email that says from ceo.microsoft.com They can send you sn email that says from firstname.lastname@example.org. The domain name doesn’t even need to exist! They can send an email that says it’s from email@example.com.
They can’t receive emails at those addresses, which is why one way to spot scams is to press the Reply button in your email program, the To: address changes to something else. Never click on any link in one of these emails.