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If you've ever received an email that seemed "odd", out of place, or too good to be true, it likely was, and was developed by a criminal seeking your personal information in an attempt to steal your money or your identity.

Maybe you've received a phone call from someone identifying themselves as your financial institution, asking for your account number or social security number. Or, from someone claiming to be a computer repair company who "noticed" something on your computer that they need to fix urgently.

These, and so many others, are examples of cybercrime. Learn more about how to protect yourself from these types of scams.