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Common credit card scams


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Phishing is when someone obtains your credit card information by disguising an email, message, or website as legitimate when it's actually not. It can often be difficult to tell whether these links and sites are real. It's best to err on the side of caution and look for the following signs before clicking a link or typing information:

    Emails asking for sensitive information: Banks will never send emails asking you to respond with passwords or other personal information.
    Misspelled URLs/slightly altered logos: Phishers will often re-create websites and slightly change some elements that you might not catch at a glance.
    Links to "trusted" websites: Always manually type the URL of websites where you need to provide sensitive information; links in emails and messages may lead to fake websites.
    Nonsecure websites: Only enter sensitive information on a website if its URL begins with https:// rather than http://.

For more information on phishing, review our lesson on Avoiding Spam and Phishing.

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