Can Windows translate MAC p files?

June 19, 2011 at 08:36:18
Specs: Windows Vista
I am trying to open a p extension file that I received in e-mail. It is an important document that I need to read and print. I can NOT open it. I have been trying to find a way online to either upload software to open it, or convert it to something my PC can open. I am not sure, but, I think it might be a MAC file and I have an E-Machines desktop PC. Is there any way I can open this file? I NEED this for my bank. It is a confirmation of a credit of a fraudulent charge to my debit/checking account. I appreciate any help I can get, ASAP, as I need this open by Monday.

Thank you very much,
Lois A.

Thank you very much!!

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June 19, 2011 at 10:19:53
Contact who sent you the file. I never heard of a .p file in mac that relates to text or photos.

Emails are not secure either. Anyone can read them so if they send you personal information then anyone can get that and abuse your credit or accounts.

You need to access your account on a secure browser in https and be sure to have the most up to date browser and all service packs up to date.

Online banking is a very highly targeted place for crooks. Many high profile security companies don't even claim their apps are good enough for online banking.

Why not let them mail you a real paper copy.

Follow the laws and rules in place for these types of charges.

I will warn you. I had an account attacked by a Russian team. The credit card company was almost impossible to deal with despite the tv ads. They will try to get you to pay. Took me two years and up to the point of a lawsuit to get it fixed. And I was a shareholder.

1/3 of highway deaths are caused by drunks. The rest are by people who can't drive any better than a drunk.

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