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  • Be alert for fraudulent (sometimes called “phishing“) emails. They may appear to come from a reputable business or a trusted friend but are actually designed to trick you into downloading a virus to your computer or directing you to a Web site to disclose sensitive or personal information.
  • Immediately delete any email that requests your personal information; do not reply to it. Reputable businesses never request personal information (Social Security or credit card numbers, for example) via email.
  • Never send your personal information via unsecured email. More Tips

This article contains some great tips and ideas in Online Banking Security and protecting your ID.

Your Online Security Authority
Bill Wardell

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  2. By Peter - OnlineSecurity-Guide on Oct 22, 2006 | Reply

    Great security related tips, thanks!

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