Phishing scams

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Phishing scams are emails or other messages that are made to look and sound like they’ve come from a trusted company and are designed to get hold of your personal information.

Tips for staying safe

  • Trust your instincts. If something looks suspicious or you’re unsure about it, there’s probably a catch.
  • Look out for ‘https’ in the URL. If you’re making a payment of any kind, the URL should start with ‘https’ as this indicates that you’re making a secure payment.
  • Don’t click links in emails. Type in the address or use a search engine to find the site you’re looking for.
  • Never enter your PIN online. Look out for pop-ups asking you to confirm your card details or enter your PIN.
  • Update security software. Keep your security software and firewalls up to date.

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