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Fairhaven High School Class of 1976

A word from the creators of site

The class members of do not send e-mails out asking you to provide any personal financial information,(e.g. banking, financial, Social Security, etc.)or request funding or sums of money be sent to us from you.

Be suspicious if you receive requests of this nature and take the following actions, as you may be the recipient of a "phishing attack". Do not respond to e-mails, spam, pop-up messages or telephone calls that ask for personal information and/or donations, even if it appears to come from the site.
Do not click on any links within suspect e-mails. Delete e-mails that you feel are not legitimate. If you are unsure if you are the recipient of a phishing attack or would like more assistance contact the Federal Trade Commission at:

What is PHISHING and How to Protect Yourself.

Phishing is a scam that uses fraudulent or pop-up messages to deceive consumers into disclosing personal or confidential information to enable identity theft. Typically, consumers are lured to fraudulent web sites that appear to be well-known organizations.

How can you tell if it's phishing?

Phishing attacks are deceptive in appearance. However, there are common characteristics that can help you decide. These signs include: Request for personal information such as bank account numbers, PIN/passwords or Social Security numbers. False sense of urgency, often posing threats to your account if no action is taken. Prevalence of spelling errors, extra characters and grammatical errors to avoid spam blockers.

What to do if you believe you've received a phishing e-mail.

If you receive an e-mail that appears suspicious and claims to be from this site, please forward it to the Federal Trade Commission at: You can also find additional information about phishing from the Federal Trade Commission at:

Thank you for your continued support. Best regards, the Staff.

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