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Don't fall victim to fake emails. Beware of emails that are supposed to be from SSS asking for your personal information, such as your SS number, USER ID, password, and disbursement account information.
I received an email from SSS regarding their reminder of fake emails claiming to be from them. Here are some tips from SSS on how to tell if an email is fake.
The message sent is from the public email domain
Always check to whom or where the email came from. Check the domain of the email address of the message received (see example below). The domain of the official email address of SSS is @sss.gov.ph.
Email often has grammar and spelling errors
Read and review the spelling of the email message.
The message sent has an attached document or suspicious link that does not apply to the email
Do not open the attached document unless you are sure that the message is from a legitimate source. Also, do not click on suspicious links contained in the email.
Email is often threatening or demands immediate attention
Things to Remember
Just contact the following official online SSS channels:
YouTube: MySSSPHViber: MySSSPH Updates
SSS Mobile App: Can be downloaded on Google Play Store, Apple App Store, and Huawei App Gallery
If you receive a suspicious email, text message, social media message, or call asking for your personal information, report it immediately to any SSS branch, or email the SSS Special Investigation Department (SID) at firstname.lastname@example.org or call SID's telephone number (02) 8924-7370 or SSS Hotline 1455.
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