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64 North Clark St.
Sullivan, Missouri 63080

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Everyone from product managers and customer care specialists to business sales reps and technical staff will discuss news, change at our company, and our thoughts on what’s important in our industry.

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Don't Get Hooked by Phishing Emails

“Phishing” for personal information is rampant on the Internet nowadays. To protect yourself from phishing attempts, here are a few helpful tips and tricks to better identify phishing emails.

• Make sure that the sender is legitimate—even if the email says it is coming from a sender you know. Normally you will see a person's or company's name in the “To” field. But if you hover over...

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Fidelity Warns of Fake Email Sent by Spammers Seeking Personal Information

ATTENTION FIDELITY EMAIL CUSTOMERS:

The email shown here was sent to some of our Fidnet and Fidmail customers over the past couple of weeks. This email is NOT from Fidelity and should be deleted immediately.

Customers who click on the link are being "phished" for personal information. This is just a spam e-mail. We will not be deleting any email accounts.


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Fidelity Warns of New 'Phishing' Emails Sent by Spammers

The emails shown here and several variants have been repeatedly sent to our Fidnet and Fidmail customers over the past couple of weeks. These emails are NOT from Fidelity and should be deleted immediately.

Customers that have clicked on the link have reported that it takes them to strange web sites featuring all different types of languages. This is just a spam e-mail attempting to “phish”...

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