With the new year upon us, USA Today has posted a guide to protect folks from phishing attempts.
When Chase bank e-mails you to warn of a fraud alert to your account, you pay attention. But when your work e-mail is associated with a card you don’t have, and when the return address isn’t from Chase, it’s so obvious a fraudulent e-mail that we laugh it off. But it looked and felt real. So much so, I wanted to just quickly show it to you and flag it, to make sure you don’t fall victim to this phishing attempt.
To see the tips, check out this USA Today story.