Revealed on January 14, 2016
We’ve turn into conscious of an e-mail phishing rip-off focused at HealthCare.gov customers.
The phishing emails declare to return from HealthCare.gov and ask you to finish a verification course of for 2016 tax returns by hyperlinks that seems to go to HealthCare.gov.
In case you obtain an e-mail like this with a hyperlink, it’s crucial that you simply don’t click on on it or copy it. It may take you to a malicious web site supposed to achieve entry to private data, like your username, password, Social Safety Quantity, or checking account numbers.
In case you get this phishing e-mail or any e-mail you aren’t certain is legit, delete it instantly or ignore it. All official Market emails are from Market@HealthCare.gov.
Right here’s what else you should know:
- Don’t comply with the hyperlinks within the e-mail. You will get to our web site straight by typing in www.HealthCare.gov into your internet browser.
- Don’t present any private data this e-mail would possibly ask for. We’ll by no means ask for private data like your username, password, Social Safety Quantity, or checking account numbers by an e-mail.
- Be sure you have antivirus software program put in and it’s up-to-date.
- Get further tricks to shield towards phishing scams at https://www.us-cert.gov/ncas/ideas/ST04-014.
Bear in mind: The Market protects your data in line with all required legal guidelines, rules and requirements. For extra details about the Market and your privateness, go to HealthCare.gov/privateness/.