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Last week our 1st Vice President (Gerry) got an email pretending to be from our President (Patricia) asking for some information to hurry the payment of an outstanding bill. Everything looked legitimate including Patricia’s email address but of course this was a ‘phishing’ expedition to gain account information.

We have seen these fraudulent attempts before and remind you, especially executive members whose email addresses may be publicly available to be suspicious of all requests for financial information – even those that appear to be from a friend, colleague or relative.

Caring for your online security is no joke, but British comedian James Veitch finds a way to take risks on your behalf, and the results are hilarious.