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Protect Yourself Against Email Scams Called Phishing

Protecting your privacy is a priority for us. We also encourage you to take every precaution in guarding your personal information against the email scam known as “phishing.”

“Phishing” is designed to steal information by creating a false sense of urgency. Criminals attempt to con individuals into providing personal information such as credit card numbers, passwords, account data, or other valuable information through fraudulent emails masking as emails from legitimate businesses.

If you clicked on any links and suspect you downloaded any programs, your computer may be at risk of infection. You should immediately run your anti-virus / anti-malware software.

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Last Modified: September 16, 2014