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<br /> MoneyTalks<br /> Wisconsin Deferred Compensation Program<br /> Catch and Release:<br /> Beware of Email “Phishing” Frauds<br /> Most of us recognize a spam email when it lands in our inbox. The most obvious<br /> contain bizarre subject lines – often in another language – and promise instant wealth<br /> or miracle cures that are just too good to be true.<br /> But some of these emails look legitimate and may tempt us to click on a link or<br /> provide information to the sender. No matter how professional these emails appear,<br /> say experts, resist the urge to respond.<br /> The fraudulent practice of sending emails that appear to come from reputable<br /> organizations is called “phishing,” and they want you to reveal personal and financial<br /> information such as credit card numbers, passwords or Social Security numbers.<br /> Phishers then use this information to steal your identity, run up your credit card bills<br /> and drain your bank accounts.<br /> <a title="WI_Newsletter_1Q17 page 1" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/a5789dab?page=1"> MoneyTalks Wisconsin Deferred Compensation Progra</a> <a title="WI_Newsletter_1Q17 page 2" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/a5789dab?page=2"> Notarization Now Required for New ACH Requests As</a> <a title="WI_Newsletter_1Q17 page 3" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/a5789dab?page=3"> Rx: Six Steps to Financial Wellness Good health i</a> <a title="WI_Newsletter_1Q17 page 4" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/a5789dab?page=4"> WDC Participant Spotlight: Jeff Peck or no saving</a>