Avoiding Phishing Attempts Template

  • Posted By: Limo Anywhere

[COMPANY NAME] is committed to client data security, which from time to time means sending reminders of potential hazards inherent in any online transaction. Phishing continues to be a common internet fraud technique, with 76% of businesses reporting that they have been victims of phishing attempts.

Phishing is when a scammer uses fraudulent emails or texts or copycat websites to get you to share valuable personal information like account numbers, Social Security numbers, or your login IDs and passwords. Scammers spoof the familiar, trusted logos or URLs of established, legitimate companies.

Some phishing emails will ask you to click on a link to update your account information, while others might look like a receipt.

[COMPANY NAME] will never ask you to enter your personal information, such as account information, full credit card number, CCV code, or Social Security Number, through an email message. If you are asked to do so in what looks like a [COMPANY NAME] email, do not.

If you receive an email asking you to update information, only do so directly on [COMPANY NAME]’s website.

If you receive a suspicious email, please forward it to [EMAIL ADDRESS]. If you think you may have accidentally revealed personal information, immediately change your password.

Thank you for your continued business. Please contact [CONTACT PERSON] with any questions at [PHONE NUMBER].