How can I protect myself from scams?

Answer

Amid stressful situations, it is not uncommon for thieves to take advantage of people's fear and distraction. Please be on the lookout for suspicious emails and text messages. Never click on a link directly in an email; instead, visit the website by typing in the domain or googling the company. Avoid opening suspicious attachments, as these could contain a computer virus and put your personal information at risk. Delete any email or text message that comes from a number, email address, or business you do not know.

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