Report Phishing

The United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team is collecting phishing email messages and web site locations for the purpose of helping people avoid becoming victims of phishing scams. You can report phishing by FORWARDING email to phishing-report@us-cert.gov. Click here for instructions on how you can forward without opening the suspicious email.

Articles 

Avoiding Social Engineering and Phishing Attacks
Do not give sensitive information to anyone unless you are sure that they are indeed who they claim to be and that they should have access to the information.
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Identity Theft

How to prevent identity theft and what to do if your Identity is stolen. Courtesy of Assemblyman Cogdill 25th District.
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To Buy or Not to Buy
Identity Theft Spawns New Products and Services to Help Minimize Risk
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Protect Yourself from Online "Phishing" Attacks
You may be under attack online--a phishing attack, that is. This high-tech scam involves three components:


Social Networking: Five Steps to Protecting Your Identity Online
Innocent online chats, blogs, videos, and other interactions are like breadcrumbs that identity thieves can follow to the feast.


Whats the Most Common Way IDs are Stolen?

Stolen Cards

To Report a Lost or Stolen ATM/Debit Card:
Normal Business Hours: (209) 549-8500 or (877) 549-4567
After Hours within the USA: (888) 241-2510 Toll Free
After Hours outside the USA:
(909) 941-1398 Collect Call







To Report Lost Or Stolen Visa Credit Cards:
24-Hour: (800) 991-4964

To Report Lost or Stolen MasterCard Credit Cards

24-Hour: (800) 442-4757