How to detect phishing attacks on your bank account
If you have an account with a bank or credit union, you should be able to easily spot a phishing email, an invitation to login or a fake website.
But how do you detect phishers?
If you get the email or the invitation to log in, you can check to see if it is genuine.
If it is, you need to do two things: First, check the source.
If you are suspicious, it is better to check your email from a trusted source.
Second, you will want to check the status of the account.
If the account has not been used or inactive for a while, you may need to re-login.
Read more: How to check if a phisher has hijacked your email address on a website The first step is to check that the email is legitimate.
In many cases, you might get an email asking you to create a new account.
Do this by clicking the “create” button and clicking “add” as shown in the image.
If your email is not the first email you get in the inbox, it means that the account you are trying to access is not active and you need a second email address to open it.
To verify, click the “verify” link next to the email and then click “enter password” as the user who sent the email.
If this happens, it may not be a phish email.