“Phishing uses replicas of existing web pages to deceive you into providing personal, financial, or password data. Phishing is a term coined by internet hackers who use email lures to “fish” passwords and financial data from internet users. The emails direct recipients to update or provide information back to the company’s website by instructing the user to click on a URL embedded within the email. The embedded URL links the user to a counterfeit website designed to look like the company’s legitimate website. Passwords and other personal information are then solicited and collected by the website and used by the scammer to defraud the user.
Visit the Federal Trade Commission’s website to learn more about “Phishing” scams.
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