Wisconsin Deferred Compensation Program
Catch and Release:
Beware of Email “Phishing” Frauds
Most of us recognize a spam email when it lands in our inbox. The most obvious
contain bizarre subject lines – often in another language – and promise instant wealth
or miracle cures that are just too good to be true.
But some of these emails look legitimate and may tempt us to click on a link or
provide information to the sender. No matter how professional these emails appear,
say experts, resist the urge to respond.
The fraudulent practice of sending emails that appear to come from reputable
organizations is called “phishing,” and they want you to reveal personal and financial
information such as credit card numbers, passwords or Social Security numbers.
Phishers then use this information to steal your identity, run up your credit card bills
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