What to look out for:
What is "Phishing"?
Phishing is a way of attempting to acquire sensitive information such as usernames, passwords and credit card details by masquerading as a trustworthy entity in an email or any form of electronic communication.
Phishing happens when a criminal sends you an email claiming to be from a recognised organisation, for example, EasyPay, to mislead you into revealing sensitive information for identity theft. This may be in the form of visiting a fake website or clicking on an email attachment. You are told to visit a (fake) website where you have to enter sensitive information such as passwords, credit card details or bank account numbers. Once you have supplied your details, they are emailed to the fraudsters, and you are then directed to the legitimate website.
The Fraudster will then utilise your identity and funds until you become aware of this action and stop transactions on your accounts. Besides the financial threat, of equal concern to you, should be identity theft and misuse.
What is EasyPay doing to protect you?
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Should you receive a suspicious email, please forward it to email@example.com so we may take action to prevent it spreading further.
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