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Fraudsters send fake emails or set up fake web sites that mimic
Yahoo!'s sign-in pages (or the sign-in pages of other trusted companies,
such as eBay or PayPal) to trick you into disclosing your user name and
password. This practice is sometimes referred to as "phishing" - a play
on the word "fishing" - because the fraudster is fishing for your
private account information. Typically, fraudsters try to trick you into
providing your user name and password so that they can gain access to
an online account. Once they gain access, they can use your personal
information to commit identity theft, charge your credit cards, empty
your bank accounts, read your email, and lock you out of your online
account by changing your password."
If you think you entered your Yahoo! ID and password at a phishing site, then change your password immediately to prevent phisher from using your email account from sending spam mails.
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