When receiving an email from a known source, click on the from email address to make sure it is from that known source. The above email showed it was sent from MVTV Wireless but when we clicked on the From email it shows a different email address as shown below….
MVTV Wireless Internet understands the importance of keeping their members safe online so we have provided a few safety tips.
* Only visit legit websites and avoid buying items through social media ads. You can validate the website by looking for security… “https” and has a “lock” symbol.
* If it is urgent and money is involved it is probably an imposter scam! An imposter is someone pretending to be a family member, friend or well-known company needing assistance or trying to make you take urgent action. Don’t buy gift cards to pay for services or wire money to someone you don’t know.
* Keep an eye on your accounts and log in to your account with mobile and online banking often to make sure there are no suspicious activity. Also, look into adding two-way authentication your personal accounts.
* Look out for suspicious communications which may be phishing attempts that appear to be from any of your personal online accounts. Legitimate customer correspondence would never come to you, by phone, email or text, asking for your password or financial information.
* If you feel that you have been hacked, log out of your account on all of your devices, change the password and log back into the account on each device.
Keep in mind, MVTV Wireless will not call, text or email you asking to give us your personal information.
MVTV Wireless Internet