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Spoofing is a broad term for behaviors that involve a person or entity masquerading as a trusted source, such as when a caller deliberately falsifies the information transmitted to your caller ID display to appear as though they are someone else, such as your local police department or bank. Email addresses, IP addresses and even websites can all be spoofed so they appear to be legitimate when in fact they are not. Spoofing is used in the following fraudulent behaviors:
To learn more about fraud and cybercrimes, visit https://www.comerica.com/insights/comerica-bank/cyber-security-fraud/cyber-fraud-education.html.
If you believe you have fallen victim to a scam that potentially impacts your Comerica account, contact us immediately using one of the methods below: