Report suspected phishing URLs
If you receive what you believe to be a phishing email or link with an itsSSL URL inside, please CONTACT US. We'll immediately delete URLs and accounts from those people.
A phishing attack happens when someone tries to trick you into sharing personal information online.
How phishing works
Phishing is typically done through email, ads, or by sites that look similar to sites you already use. For example, you might get an email that looks like it’s from your bank asking you to confirm your bank account number.
Information phishing sites may ask for
- Usernames and passwords
- Social Security numbers
- Bank account numbers
- PINs (Personal Identification Numbers)
- Credit card numbers
- Your mother’s maiden name
- Your birthday
Avoid phishing attacks
Be careful anytime you receive a message from a site asking for personal information. If you get this type of message, don’t provide the information requested without confirming that the site is legitimate. If possible, open the site in another window instead of clicking the link in your email.