Our Response to the Coronavirus
Please be aware that Armstrong is seeing a significant increase in phishing attempts during these trying times. Phishing is a fraudulent attempt to obtain your personal and financial information.
Often phishing attempts occur via Email, but they can also happen just while surfing the Internet too. Phishing attempts appear to be information requests from a legitimate source, probably one that you trust.
So how can you protect yourself? There are a few simple steps you can take to keep your personal information safe online.
As a general rule, never send personal, confidential, or financial information by email.
Be suspicious of communications intended to upset or excite you into taking immediate action.
Make it a habit to open your web browser and type a company’s URL rather than clicking links contained in an email.
Always ensure that your web browser is up to date and security patches are regularly applied.
What does Armstrong do to protect you? Armstrong will never ask you for your personal or financial information by email. Also, all Armstrong email campaigns are conducted in house. We do not use third parties to send email to our customers.
If you happen to receive a suspicious email, please forward it as an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org. Armstrong's network engineers will review every submission and take appropriate steps to safeguard you, our customers.
In Webmail (ArmstrongMyWire.com) – create a new message to email@example.com, then click Attach and select Mail. Find and select the suspicious email then click attach. Then, send the email to us.
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