Security Common Sense for the Internet (Web)

MoneyGram Just sent this email out to its community….. 

Protect Yourself Online

At MoneyGram, we take the protection of our customers’ personal information very seriously. A few simple tips can go a long way in protecting your personal information online:
 
·        Do not supply your eMoney Transfer login ID, password, or other sensitive information in response to an email you receive.  MoneyGram will never send you an email asking for that information.
·        Do not click on a link in an email to get into your eMoney Transfer profile.  Open a new browser window and type in https://www.emoneygram.com and log in to your eMoney Transfer profile directly.
 
For more information on how to protect yourself from online fraud, click here.
 
If you suspect that you are a victim of online fraud, please call 866-450-9897 for assistance. 

As I look at this notice. Its so full of common sense…..

Do not supply your eMoney Transfer login ID, password, or other sensitive information in response to an email you receive.  

Let Me say this a little differently…… 

RULE 1. Do not supply your login Id, Password of other sensitive information to any email you receive.  

 

Do not click on a link in an email to get into your eMoney Transfer profile.  Open a new browser window and type in https://www.emoneygram.com and log in to your eMoney Transfer profile directly.

 

Let me say this a little differently……..

 

Rule 2: Do not click on an emaiul to get into any account you have that has sensitive information. Its always better to go to the site directly.

This is just common sense advice if you want to navigate the web safer.

 

Posted by Michael Corey

www.ntirety.com

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

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