Learn more about phishing

"Phishing" is an Internet scam in the form of an e-mail, pop-up box, or text message. The messages link to sites that look like well-known, legitimate businesses and ask you to provide or confirm personal, financial, or password information.


Learn more about vishing

"Vishing" is a phone scam used to trick or scare you into sending money, handing over financial information, or allowing remote access to your computer. Vishing scams can take many forms. In one version, scammers could call and ask you to verify your account information or tell you that you need to reactivate your credit or debit card. They could also direct you to call them for similar reasons.

Forward suspicious emails or phone calls you've received to us

If you believe you've received a phishing email claiming to be from Capital One, forward the suspicious email to abuse@capitalone.com.


If you believe you’ve received a suspicious text message or phone call, forward the caller’s phone number to abuse@capitalone.com.


If you believe you've been the victim of a scam - report the scam to the BBB Scam Tracker and the government via the FTC ReportFraud site. You may also want to report scammers directly to the FBI.

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