I received a suspicious email from Moneyvault

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Created: 04/11/2020 3:16 AM - Updated: 04/11/2020 3:17 AM

What is phishing?

Phishing is the illegal practice of obtaining sensitive information, such as your account number, password, credit card or bank account numbers, etc. 

It usually works like that: you receive an e-mail from a well-known brand, and then you are “tempted” to click on a link, or share your account information.

What to look for?

Below are a few pointers in order to protect yourself against phishing e-mails:

  • Unprofessional emails with grammatical or spelling errors
  • Free money offers that do not require you to do anything
  • Links that look valid but take you to a spoof address. Do not click on any links that look suspicious
  • E-mails requesting you to share your Secure ID or password 

If you think you’ve received a phishing email, please forward it to the Moneyvault Support Centre.

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