Tennessee Consumer Affairs says Protect Yourself against Phishing Scams
This summer, many consumers have received emails and/or text messages designed as being from a legitimate business such as their bank, a credit card company, a government agency, or a reputable organization that asks the recipient to confirm their personal information by clicking a link.
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#1 Sep 24, 2013
DataMask is good for this very thing & throw in the plan with AOL & you will have total protection & with reputation you will have every thing you need for online protection against scams in my opinion.
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