We’ve all received spam and phishing emails — our inboxes are often full of them. They let us know that our package is being delivered (even when we haven’t ordered anything), provide details on our “recent” tax filing (that was completed months ago), and encourage us to act fast and enter our credit card — or risk missing out on limited time special offers and cash prizes..

Unfortunately, victims who unknowingly provide their personal details to fraudsters through phishing emails often face severe repercussions, such as identity theft and fraud.

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