Identity Thieves Pushing New Chase Phishing Scams

Identity thieves continually develop new ways to obtain your personal information. I personally have gotten the latest Phishing email scam these thieves are using. Looks like these Hackers didnt stop at just hacking Chase but now also taking advantage of the Chase breach to do more harm to people. This email is not legitimate. If you get any emails like these, don’t respond to them. 

Some common tip-offs that an email is phony are typos, grammatical mistakes, awkward language, missing words, extra spaces, and other signs that the email was written unprofessionally. Such emails might also ask you to look at an attachment or click a link and then give your personal information on a Web page or in a form. Or the sender’s email address might look suspicious. If you hover over the links you can even see that it would not direct you to legit URL. Here Are A Few Email TIPS

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Patrick Domingues

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