You have likely noticed the on your own email. Some scammers are even using Facebook and Twitter to install malware, which can steal your personal information.
Megan Herrera with the Denver Better Business Bureau says you should always approach emails with caution. She says, a bank or credit card company will not ask for your Social Security number by email.
If you do click on a link that seems "phishy", Herrera suggests running an anti-virus check right away.
Remember to change your passwords regularly and use strong password protections.
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