Survey Reports Rising Concern With E-Mail Fraud

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on May 6, 2004

An online survey conducted in April indicates “that 75% of accountholders are less likely to respond to email from their banks, and over 65% said they were less likely to sign-up or continue to use their bank’s online services.” These results reflect growing consumer concern with phishing and email fraud, occurrences of which are increasingly the focus of news articles.

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