The San Juan County Utah Emergency Management Office recently posted the following message copied below on its Facebook page warning people about a phony survey that is a scam intended to lure unsuspecting people into providing personal information that will be used against them to make them victims of identity theft. The phony survey is coming to targeted victims through an email and promises $90 for merely completing the survey.
Trust me, you can’t trust anyone. This phony survey comes in an email from an email address that is not that of Pfizer. Additionally, the logo used in the email does not match the official Pfizer logo. Whenever you get an email from what may appear to be a legitimate source asking for personal information you should be skeptical. You can never be sure who is really contacting you by email, text message or phone so you should never provide personal information in response to such communications unless you have absolutely confirmed that the communication is legitimate. In this case, you could go to the Pfizer website where you will find out that Pfizer is not conducting such a survey.
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