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Don’t Feed the Phish

Every year, thousands of seniors fall prey to fraudulent emails and texts that trick them into divulging valuable personal information like credit card or bank account numbers. Fake emails, texts, and websites meant to steal your data are called Phishing and are the most common form of cybercrime. Don’t be fooled, don’t feed the Phish!

Take the Quiz and Win

Just how well can you spot a fraudulent phishing email or text? Find out by taking the Don’t Feed the Phish Quiz and learn what signs to look for to spot scam emails and texts. Put your skills to the test each week for a chance to win!

How It Works

For the next four weeks, starting May 15, 2024, through June 12, 2024, identify what signs to look for to spot phishing email and text scams. With a new example email or text each week, you can test your fraud detection skills. Every weekly quiz you take is another chance to win a $25 Target gift card! 

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Visit Verve’s Senior Scams resources to empower yourself against fraud and scams.

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