So I got a somewhat disturbing e-mail this morning, with this person claiming they received a letter from someone saying that I convinced them to transfer funds to my PayPal for fake reasons (which is not true). They say that this person is collecting personal information on me and is planning on going to the police. They attached a password protected Word document with information which has been collected. This person wants me to contact them, hoping that this is all a mistake. Normally, I would delete this and move on. But what's weird is that they included an old address of mine with my full name, which concerned me. Because of that, while I'd normally not do this, I tried to open the document on my iPhone in Pages, and after typing in the password, nothing worked. So I'm wondering: 1. Should I be concerned about this e-mail or blow this off? How were they able to get this old address? Do I have any recourse? This e-mail address of the sender goes to some company in India. 2. Even though I never open these documents, the fact that I opened this document on my iPhone should keep me somewhat safe from any infections this document might have contained, right? Your help is greatly appreciated. Thanks.