Here, we take a closer look at one of the most commonly employed strategies for perpetrating identity theft–phishing, which refers to efforts by bad actors to trick you into sharing personal information or downloading harmful malware that might ultimately be used to access your accounts, review your sensitive information, and open new credit cards and spending accounts in your name. While phishing scams have grown more sophisticated, below are the major red flags that should tip you off.
We have an amazing amount of technology, information and convenience right at our fingertips. Of course, so do hackers, identity thieves, and credit scammers. Just as it’s never been easier to work, shop, and socialize online, it’s never been easier for bad actors to use these activities against you. Identity theft is a real danger, and it’s more commonplace than you know. Read on for tips on how to protect yourself against identity theft while making transactions through traditional methods of commerce.
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