Phishing is the attempt to acquire sensitive information such as usernames, passwords, and credit card details (and sometimes, indirectly, money), often for malicious reasons, by masquerading as a trustworthy entity in an electronic communication
Hackers will often send out emails that will appear to come from a legitimate source but actually be used as a way to gain access to the network by asking for a person’s username and password.
If something doesn’t seem right about an email, please contact Technical Services or the original sender. As a note, we don’t terminate or expire accounts via email.
For the record, Scherzer International doesn’t use the following email addresses:
On a side note, the IRS won’t call you or email you. If your bank emails you to perform a certain action, go directly their website, don’t click on their links
Spammers will often call their victim with a phone number and not leave a message, prompting the victim to call back since it follows the US/Canadian phone number sequence of (3-digit number) followed by a three + four-digit number (e.g. (999)-555-1212)) the victim is then charged a ridiculous per-minute charge.
Numbers to avoid calling back are:
Other numbers to be mindful of: