How can I help protect myself against online fraud and or “phishing”?

Online criminals attempt to impersonate financial institutions, government agencies and companies like Breezeline. Called “Phishing”, it is an attempt to criminally and fraudulently acquire sensitive information, such as social security numbers, usernames, passwords and credit card details, by masquerading as a trustworthy entity in an email. Hallmark signs of “Phishers” include: Logos that are not an exact match to the company’s logo, spelling errors, percentage signs followed by numbers or @ signs within the hyperlink, random names or e-mail addresses in the body of the text, or even e-mail headers which have nothing to do with the company mentioned in the e-mail.

Breezeline will never request any sensitive personal information via email. Please report any suspicious email correspondence to: .

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