John Masterson

We’ve all fumbled through the process of creating passwords on websites that have a bunch of rules: two capital letters, a number, a special character etc.  And once you pick it, you then have to remember it or write it down. But, you’re belief is your account is secure after all the hassle, right?  Experts say NO.

“We are kinda moving towards, outsmarting a computer.”

The Better Business Bureau serving Western Michigan has issued a warning to local consumers.  They say it’s an email scam with emails allegedly coming from Chase Bank. 

“This is a particularly scary scam because it is targeting current customers of Chase Bank. And it is an email being sent to these people that essentially looks exactly like an email you would get from Chase Bank.