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February 5, 2018

There is a new Direct Deposit phishing attack you need to watch out for. It's a sophisticated scam that starts with an official-looking email that asks you to click a link and access a website. Next, they ask you to confirm the data with your real username and password...

November 7, 2017

Bad guys are emailing you that your Netflix account has been suspended, and it looks just like the real thing. They are trying to get your login information and your credit card data.

Don't fall for this type of scam. If you want to change the settings of subscription s...

October 12, 2017

Heads-up! Bad guys are exploiting the Las Vegas shooting. There are fake Facebook pages, tweets are going out with fake charity websites, and phishing emails are sent out asking for donations to bogus Vegas Charities. 

Don't fall for any scams. If you want to make a don...

October 6, 2017

There is a new, sophisticated email scam you need to watch out for. Bad guys first send emails with links to inappropriate websites to business email addresses, and then follow up with extortion threats, claiming your workstation is infected and that they "know what yo...

September 13, 2017

Cyber criminals have stolen 143 million credit records in the recent hacking scandal at big-three credit bureau Equifax. At this point you have to assume that the bad guys have highly personal information that they can use to trick you. You need to watch out for the fo...

August 28, 2017

Heads-up! Bad guys are exploiting the Hurricane Harvey disaster. There are fake Facebook pages, tweets are going out with fake charity websites, and phishing emails are sent out asking for donations to #HurricaneHarvey Relief Funds that they keep for themselves. 

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August 9, 2017

It is estimated that US consumers loose a whopping $7.4 billion dollars A YEAR to phone scams! That means 1 in 10 adults are victims every single year to a phone scam. Most of these scams are designed to steal your money or your identity. Some common phone scams are:

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August 9, 2017

'Scammers' have the ability to change the way information appears on your caller ID. Why do this? Sometimes they use local information (numbers, names, etc.). The idea is that since the information is familiar to you, you are more likely to answer the phone. Caller ID...

August 9, 2017