In 2022, scammers stole over $8.8 billion from regular people like you. Don’t become their next victim.
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Watch for these five red flags of phishing in emails,
calls, and texts:
1. They ask you to open a link.
2. They use urgent or fear-inducing language.
3. They send an attachment.
4. They request personal info like PINs, passwords, or social security numbers.
5. They pressure you to log into, or send money with, payment apps.
Now, let’s see how these red flags show up in real life phishing scams.
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