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Reporting Phishing Scams

If you receive a phishing scam via email you can contribute to solving the problem by bringing it to the attention of the institutions involved, even if you do not have a relationship with them. Generally they will:

  • Work to shut down web sites participating in phishing scams;

  • Work with police and other authorities to locate and prosecute offenders; and

  • Work with antivirus and security vendors.

Since phishing is considered to be a concerted effort by criminals (rather than harmless hacking by amateurs), it is important that every effort be made to stop it.

Reporting Phishing Scams

Regulatory Authorities

Industry Associations

Institutions

  • Amazonstop-spoofing@amazon.com

  • ANZinetbank@anz.com

  • Barclaysinternetsecurity@barclays.co.uk

  • Chaseabuse@chase.com

  • Ebayspoof@ebay.com, spoof@ebay.com.au

  • HSBCpressoffice@hsbc.com

  • Internal Revenue Service (IRS) — helpdesk@speedymail.com

  • MastercardCustomerServiceCenter@mastercard.com

  • TCFemailfraud@tcfbank.com

  • Visaaskvisa@visa.com

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