Do NOT trust your Caller ID.
Do not believe your caller ID. Scammers can spoof the caller ID to display anything they want it to display. Have you ever had your own phone number call you? That was caller ID spoofing. The number displayed is the number calling you. It is information the scammer told your caller ID to display.
Last week Capital One announced a data breach impacting over 100 million consumers. We have received numerous calls from consumers and media asking what those impacted should do. What if you didn’t have to worry about the next big data breach? What if you could take...
As the saying goes, “With great power comes great responsibility.” That’s particularly true when it comes to social media.
The Capital One data breach could present more than financial risks to those involved.
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