They're everywhere - your Bank online, your insurances/assurances, savings, and they always want the same things - your money (for themselves), your personal details (for sale to others) your passwords (that's why you shouldn't use a "master" password, but different ones for different things AND change them regularly) "SKYPE" and "PAYPAL are good examples!
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A phishing scam is an identity theft scam that arrives via email. The email appears to come from a legitimate source such as a trusted business or financial institution, and includes an urgent request for personal information usually invoking some critical need to update an account immediately. Clicking on a link provided in the email leads to an official-looking website. Personal information provided to this site, however, goes directly to the scam artist.