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Phishing is an attempt by fraudsters, often posing as a trusted company or individual, to steal your personal and financial information through e-mail, text messages (SMiShing), or phone calls (vishing).
Fraudsters often “spoof” their email addresses, text links and phone numbers so they appear to come from a trusted source, when in reality that is not the case. Be wary of unexpected emails and text messages, even those that appear to come from PNC, asking you to follow links and/or provide personal information. While PNC may occasionally ask you to reply to a text message, we will never ask you to click a link from a text.
Text messages and emails containing certain red flags should alert recipients to a possible phishing or SMiShing attack, including:
If you suspect you have received a suspicious text message, take precautions to avoid a phish:
If you suspect that your personal information may have been exposed, take these important steps, then be on high alert for signs of identity theft and phishing.
If you suspect you've received a fraudulent email that appears to be from PNC, forward the message via email to PNC Abuse (email@example.com). If you suspect you’ve received a fraudulent text message that appears to be from PNC, take a screen shot of the text message on your mobile phone and forward it to PNC Abuse (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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