COVID-19 (Coronavirus) E-Mail Scams Can Be Difficult to Spot
Fraudsters hope to exploit your fears with phishing e-mails designed to steal money, snag personal information and infect computers. With this in mind we are proud to say we have partnered with long time local area consumer protection advocate Herb Weisbaum of KOMO to bring you Technology and Title Tips. With this current phishing attack, the fraudsters are designing their e-mails to look like they’re coming from the CDC or the WHO. They typically have an attention-grabbing subject line, such as “Coronavirus outbreak in your city (Emergency)” and often include the agency’s logo — cut and pasted from the real website — to add credibility.
COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Emails Scams can be difficult to spot – What to look out for?
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Follow these links to read more.
- Article on KomoNews.com Scammers use bogus coronavirus email alerts to infect computers with malware
- Article on NBCNews.com
How to avoid falling victim to a coronavirus phishing email attack
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