We will never email you requesting sensitive personal information. Recognize the signs of phishing, where thieves pose as a financial institution and request information, and other fraud.
Spot suspected scams
Fake, “phishing” emails appear to be from financial institutions and copy logos and links to scare you into relinquishing information. Take time to examine them; verify they are real by contacting the company—but not with contact information provided, as this could also be fake.
Never share personal information, especially your Social Security number, account number, log in info, or password over email, on fake sites or pop-up windows or over the phone to unverified numbers.
Report fraud. If you receive a suspicious email that references Elan or your credit card, please forward it immediately to email@example.com.