Be wary of spam e-mails, and make sure the source is reliable before opening the link or e-mail, as phishing is an online crime through which the goal or targets are contacted via e-mail by someone who claims to be a legitimate institution to persuade individuals to provide sensitive information, such as data Personal identification, account details, credit cards, and passwords, according to banking institutions. Fake emails and websites are used to get this personal information, which is then used, to access important accounts. Therefore, emails that ask the customer for personal information should not be answered, and they may appear to come from a trusted friend or company, but they are in fact designed to trick the customer, by revealing sensitive personal information.