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Do you know how to spot a phishing email?
A “Phishing” email is a scam that involves identity thieves “fishing” for your personal and financial information. It is one of the most common forms of cyber crime today.
Don't get tricked into clicking!
Be vigilant and look for these common warning signs:
• The sender is unknown
• You didn’t initiate the action
• There are poor or fuzzy graphics
• Stresses unnecessary urgency
• The title of the email or display name doesn’t make sense
• There is improper spelling or grammar
• The offer seems too good to be true
• The email appears to be from some sort of government agency
• The email asks for money or personal information
• Message makes unrealistic threats (your account has been compromised, your account will be close, your account will be suspended, etc.)
Never click on links or open attachments from unknown sources. If in doubt delete the email or check with a colleague or Information Technology professional.
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