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We value your privacy. We may collect personal information from you such as identifying information (name, address, driver's license number), transactional information (products or services purchased and payment history), digital network activity (interactions with our website, IP address), geo-location data, audio recordings and other forms of personal information. We use this information for business, marketing and commercial purposes, including but not limited to, providing the products and services you request, processing your claims, protecting against fraud, maintaining security, confirming your identity and offering you other insurance and financial products.
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A rapidly growing form of internet email fraud is a practice known as phishing. Phishing refers to when perpetrators send fraudulent email messages requesting confidential information. The information then allows the perpetrator to gain access to the victim's accounts and steal the victim's identity.
At State Farm®, we place a high priority on helping our customers protect their private information. Once notified of phishing attempts or efraud, we work with the appropriate authorities to shut down fraudulent web sites.
If you receive an unsolicited email requesting personal information and it appears to be from State Farm, statefarm.com® or has the State Farm logo, do not respond.
Keep this in mind:
State Farm encourages you to practice good security habits:
If you believe you are a victim of phishing: