A criminally fraudulent process of attempting to acquire sensitive information such as usernames, passwords and credit card details.
Is the same as fishing in a lake.
Is an act of stealing fish.
The occupation of catching fish for a living.
Taking or attempting to take aquatic animal life by any means.
A)Because banks will never write to you and ask you for your password or any other sensitive information by email.
B)Because the message contains odd "spe11ings" or cApitALs in the "Subject:" box as well as grammatical and spelling errors.
C)Because the message says ‘’Please do not reply to this email.
D)Because the message is too long.
Because phishing email includes the eBay logo in an attempt to gain credibility
Because they are asking the individual to provide sensitive data.
Because they are not asking the individual to provide sensitive data.
Because SunTrust will never address their email as ‘’Dear valued SunTrust member’’
This PayPal phishing scams is trying to trick recipients by pretending to be some sort of security alert.
They is a possibility that the displayed link is bogus - clicking the link could take the recipient to the attacker's website.
It is not possible at all for the displayed link to be bogus.
This PayPal phishing scams is NOT trying to trick recipients by pretending to be some sort of security alert.
Recover fishing objects lost while drilling the lakes and rivers.
Catch large fish or whales.
Protect the web surfer from socially engineered phishing scams which try to trick the intended victim into visiting a fraudulent website.
Allow users online to acquire their lost usernames and passwords.
Because information entered into the fake refund form can be collected by the scammers and subsequently used for fraud and identity theft.
Because no legitimate government tax office is ever likely to inform citizens about a tax refund via an unsolicited email.
Because they is no company logo
Because A link in the scam email will probably open a fake web form that asks for sensitive personal information.
Because E-Gold will AWALYS ask customers to log on to their accounts via a link in an email.
Because E-Gold will NEVER ask customers to log on to their accounts via a link in an email.
Because the email is trying to trick recipients into providing personal information on a bogus website.
Because the email falsely claims that e-gold is running a competition.
Because the email does not have your name, in this case “John Doe”
Because the URL matches the displayed URL
Because the URL does not match the displayed URL.
Because the email does not require you to provide sensitive data.
Because they provided an email link to contact them if you have a question.
They do not ask you to do anything related to this email.
The ‘’email to” does not look like a valid email address.
The ‘’email to” looks a like a valid email address.
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