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Discover the Secrets to Spotting Phishing Attacks Before You Become Yet Another Victim…

Email HackerEmail is the most common source of malware and virus infections. Why? Because email is the gateway to your company; and while it’s an incredibly convenient way for your staff members to communicate with one another, clients, and partners, it’s also an incredibly convenient way for cybercriminals to hack your systems and steal confidential information.

Phishing attacks flow into inboxes like yours significantly more during the months before the holidays…

Are you confident your employees would be able to spot a phishing attack before it’s too late? Phishing attacks flow into inboxes like yours all throughout the year, however; they become significantly more common and sophisticated during the months before the holidays.

Top secrets you need to know in order to spot phishing attacks before you become yet another victim:

  1. Poor spelling and grammar: If you’re on a major corporation’s website or you receive an email from a major corporation and it’s filled with spelling and grammar mistakes, it’s likely not legitimate.
  2. Asking for personal information: No matter how official the email seems, reputable companies don’t ask for personal information via email, such as passwords, credit card numbers, or anything else.
  3. Offers that seem too good to be true: If you end up on a website, receiving an email, or coming across a popup saying you’ve won something fantastic, it’s likely a phishing attack.
  4. Being asked to send money: If you receive an email that seems to be from a family member or friend asking for money due to an emergency, make sure to contact that individual prior to sending anything.
  5. A sense of extreme urgency: In many cases, hackers make it seem very urgent that you provide personal information/financial details or something terrible will happen. Don’t fall for this scam.

Don’t become yet another victim to phishing attacks. Safeguard your email against hackers before it’s too late. Contact PC Help Services at (317) 585-0500 or send us an email at for more information.


My wife called around and the first company to actually answer the phone was PC Help Services, Inc. She scheduled a time for the owner, Jason, to come out to our house; he came out within 48 hours. (In the past, we had taken our computer to a place like Best Buy to get it repaired, but we really don’t like doing that anymore. Even though it costs more for a repairman to come to one’s home, it is worth it for convenience and security.) Jason showed up on time and was very professional. At the advice of the person who scheduled the appt. over the phone, we purchased a new DVD burner from Fry’s ahead of time to save money. When Jason determined that the DVD burner / drive in our computer was indeed inoperable, he began to replace it with the one we had purchased. There was a problem between the computer and the connectors for the new DVD drive. Jason knew of a store from which he could buy a new connector. Within 10 minutes he was back and had spent $5.00 for the connector. He quickly installed the new DVD drive and concluded within 45 minutes, start to finish. Hire PC Help Services, Inc., by all means!”

Philip Kern / April 2009

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