Never Go to Your Bank’s Website by Clicking on Links Included in Emails
Do not click on hyperlinks or links attached in the email, as it might direct you to a fraudulent website. Mais
1. Learn to Identify Suspected Phishing Emails
There are some qualities that identify an attack through an email:
They duplicate the image of a real company.
Copy the name of a company or an actual employee of the company.
Include sites that are visually similar to a real business.
Promote gifts, or the loss of an existing account.
2. Check the Source of Information From Incoming Mail
Your bank will never ask you to send your passwords or personal information by mail. Never respond Mais