How to Identify a Phishing Scam
Once upon a time, there were two sh named Bob and Larry. ey would spend their days swimming around, playing with other sh and looking for stu to eat.
One day, a big fat worm magically appears in the water. If looks so delicious. ey’ve never seen a worm this big. Larry swims up and take a closer look.
This is exactly what happens in a phishing scam. You open up your email and see a request from your bank to update your account. Do it right now and they’ll send you a free gi card. Or maybe there’s an email with an o er that just seems too good to be true.
Cybercriminals are great fishermen. They have developed methods to lure you in so they can steal your money, just like that big fat worm oating in front of Larry and Bob. How do you know if you’re about to become a victim?
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