USAA, a banking and insurance company that caters to military personnel, says it is investigating an e-mail scam aimed at getting its customers' personal information.
The scheme targets a wide number of people in hopes of finding some who are USAA customers, a spokesman for the San Antonio-based company said Saturday. Like other so-called phishing scams, it directs people to a bogus website portraying itself as USAA's.
In a notice on its website, USAA says it never asks for personal or account information by e-mail. Suspicious e-mails can be forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org, the company says.
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