Reminder: Beware E-Mail Fraud
04/05/11 at 8:58 am Lisa
A recent, widely reported security breach
is a good reminder to always be on guard for suspicious e-mail messages.
We’ve warned about these situations before, but the basics are worth repeating.
Suddenlink will not ask you to provide information like your username, password, social security number or credit card via an email message.
If you receive an email message claiming or appearing to be from us and asking for such information — or encouraging you to visit a website to enter such information — do not reply.
Instead, forward such emails to email@example.com — and then immediately delete the forwarded email.
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