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Computer hackers are getting really crafty with their scams. They use very convincing emails to fish for our personal data.
Chances are, you’ve seen email scams in your junk folder. They say your account is compromised or deactivated and prompt you to login to fix it. But when you do, that’s when the real problems start.
Rich DeMuro shows you the signs you should look out for to avoid being a phishing victim and what you should do if you fell for a scam.
Samples of email phishing scams: