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Phishing Scam via ARRL.net Email Addresses Reported:

from The ARRL Letter on July 4, 2013
Website: http://www.arrl.org/
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Phishing Scam via ARRL.net Email Addresses Reported:

Several ARRL members have reported that someone posing as "Arrl.net Online Services" is prompting members to provide personal information. These e-mails ask the user for his or her username and password.

These e-mails do not come from the ARRL. The League would never ask you for this sort of information in this fashion. The best course of action is to ignore such requests and, as a general precaution, never send personal information via e-mail.

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The ARRL Letter

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