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Phishing Example

Phishing Scam Example

Soon after insurance provider Anthem announced a data breach, scammers began sending phishing emails to take advantage of the situation. The phishing emails are made to look like they were sent from Anthem and may include Anthem logos. The scam email instruct the recipient to click a link to enroll in free credit monitoring. The link will take the recipient to a fake Anthem website, where they may be asked to enter personal information or account details. Remember, do not to click on links sent to you in unsolicited emails such as this. Below is an example of the Anthem phishing scam.

Anthem - Phishing Scam

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 Last Modified 4/19/16