Phishing (pronounced "fishing") refers to fraudulent communication designed to deceive consumers into divulging personal, financial or account information. Phishing emails continue to be prevalent for individuals and companies. Spoofing (making their email address look like it comes from an “official source”) well-known companies, these emails ask consumers to reply, or "click" a link to a fraudulent web page that will ask for personal information, such as their credit card number, Social Security number or account password. 

Joust will NEVER send you an email asking you to disclose your account or personal information. If you have received such and email, please let us know via the Help tab in your app or by email at support@joust.com 

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