Phishing Emails and Scams
Does it look Phishy?
Hints and Tips on baiting you to give away your details
The technique of baiting people with emails and links to websites that look like the real thing is called phishing. The aim is to trick you to send important information about your account login to an internet fraudster who will then use the details you inputted to access your account to steal your identity or money.
You should never respond to emails that look like they come from your Bank, EBay, PayPal or Social Networking sites like Facebook or Twitter that ask you to reset or confirm a password.
Click here to read about Email Hoaxes and Bogus Warnings (not the same as Phishing scams)
Please find listed below some of the most common Phishing Scams
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