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Email scams and phishing threats have become more frequent, as people look to take advantage of COVID-19. It is important to always use caution when receiving and responding to emails, or searching the web.
We wanted to take a moment to address one scam in particular. Please note that members of City Council or City Hall staff will NEVER email community members asking them to purchase gift cards or provide financial information.
It is important to exercise extreme caution when clicking links or replying all to unknown, and sometimes even known sources.
Email scams and phishing threats are more and more common, as scammers use fake emails and messaging to target their victims. If you have any questions regarding an email you have received from an elected official or City staff, please contact (916) 725-2448.
Here are tips to avoid being phished and having personal information stolen:
City staff remain committed to health and safety of our residents! Please use caution when clicking on links in emails, or searching the web.