Criminal groups collect data from multiple sources and combine it to create authentic-looking e-mails designed to convince you to share information that should be confidential between you and the credit union. Criminals target many financial institutions all the time. Often they have no idea where members have their financial relationships or what credit cards they have. Criminals are hoping that if they keep “phishing”, they will hook someone.
How can an e-mail be fake when it says it’s from Tower, addresses me by name or has my correct e-mail address or phone number? Print
Modified on: Thu, 6 Feb, 2020 at 4:59 AM
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