Phishing

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Avoid Phone Scams (Vishing)

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In addition to phishing emails, scams can originate via the telephone (sometimes called "vishing" for voice phishing). The most common scams are Microsoft support and printer-related. Another reported phone scam asks for your email address to send you information, often to send you information that you will then be charged for. Example: phone number 208-231-1644 as documented in these entries from 800notes.com.

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