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Phishing is when someone attempts to acquire personal information from you such as usernames, bank details, account passwords etc. They try to trick you into giving this information. It may be that you get an email or a pop up from a bank or other organisations where they ask you to confirm your information.

The email will direct you to click on a link which opens up a fake website that looks and feels almost identical to the legitimate one. The intention is that you put your details into the fake website and the fraudsters can access this information such as your bank details.

 If you suspect you have received phishing emails asking you to update, validate or confirm your information then do not click on this link. You should contact the organisation to report the phishing email and to check with the organisation directly if they do need any of your information.

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