Phishing attacks change constantly and consumers, and theirfinancial institutions, need to remain vigilant, according to theIdentity TheftAssistance Center.

E-mails, phone calls and text messages are all used to try tocapture account numbers, PINs and other identifying information,and, as part of Protect Your Identity Week, which concludestomorrow, ITAC has issued a series of reminders.

They include to be suspicious of any unsolicited e-mail or textmessage seeking personal information; avoid filling out forms ine-mail messages that ask for personal information; always comparethe link in the e-mail to the link that you are actually directedto; log on to the company's official website instead of clicking ona link in an e-mail; and contact the business that sent the e-mailto verify it.

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