🎣 Be aware of phishing scams:
A phishing scam is where someone attempts to trick you into providing information, often pretending to be a company you are familiar with such as your bank. Phishing websites will probably display the padlock icon. This makes them appear secure or as the legitimate company but they are not. Always double-check the web address to see if it's the genuine address of the business. It's common for these sort of scams to create addresses which look similar, but not exactly the same as the official site e.g. misspellings, adding hyphens. It can be hard to identify which are real and which are fake. Be cautious of any unsolicited emails or messages with links to login pages. If an unexpected email is asking you to log into something, never click on the email links. You can always search Google to get the correct address and then log in that way.