signature block facebook link fraud

I added a link to my new business facebook account to my signature block in my emails.  People are now getting alerts in the email that i send which says, "Mailscanner has detected definite fraud in the website at "www.facebook.com"  Do not trust this website https://www.facebook.com/nsitedesigns

YIKES!  How do I stop this.  What happened?  I am legit!  Even if this one scanning service is hyper sensitive, I still cannot have this associated with my biz.
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GaryConnect With a Mentor Commented:
I can only assume it is looking at the headers for the origin seeing a different website and saying the two don't match - fraud.
Though it shouldn't as long the email and href match - which they do.  Maybe the users are using an older version which doesn't allow for obvious links.
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GaryCommented:
Make sure you are linking like this

<a href="https://www.facebook.com/nsitedesigns">www.facebook.com/nsitedesigns</a>
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<a href="https://www.facebook.com/nsitedesigns">My Facebook Page</a>
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nsitedesignsAuthor Commented:
I am using mac mail.  It doesn't offer me the ability to add an "a href" tag.  All I can do is type a url.  When I just had my website as a link I didn't have any problems.
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GaryCommented:
Is this an HTML email or plain text?
I don't know mac mail but normally (most email clients) you can set the link and text to show.
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nsitedesignsAuthor Commented:
These are my options.  I cannot find anything that gives me the option to add ahref.

http://screencast.com/t/LN3pQPlRE
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GaryCommented:
Can you send me an email, check my profile.
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nsitedesignsAuthor Commented:
a test email is on its merry little way.
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nsitedesignsAuthor Commented:
The email was sent to a professional.  She said MY email is the only one that displays this fraud warning in BIG RED LETTERS.  No other email gives them problems.  I might just have to remove the link from my signature block.  Waiting for other suggestions...
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GaryCommented:
And is she getting emails with people's Facebook pages as a link?
Ask her to check her Phishing Bad Sites File (%etc-dir%/phishing.bad.sites.conf) - is Facebook listed or your page link?

By all accounts the link should be fine, even according to their docs.
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nsitedesignsAuthor Commented:
She said my email is the only one that shows in red a fraudulent site.  I don't know if it is a facebook thing or something with me.  

What is the url she should check?  The one you copied is funky.
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GaryCommented:
Well knowing if she receives other emails with a Facebook links would help narrow it down,
That wasn't a url, its a path to a file on her server
/etc/MailScanner/phishing.bad.sites.conf
It could be that Facebook has gotten listed in bad sites file and now all links are seen as suspicious.
If she can confirm whether or not other emails with Facebook links are fine then we would know its just your actual page.
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nsitedesignsAuthor Commented:
i will ask
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nsitedesignsAuthor Commented:
WE did a test, sending her an email with another facebook link it in.  It did not turn red and did not say it was a fraudulent site.  Not sure what to do now....
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GaryCommented:
Did she check her bad sites file?
That it is a signature file/mac mail email makes no difference - it is just html in the email.
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nsitedesignsAuthor Commented:
she is out of state now.  Will have to check upon her return.
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