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FAQ: How can I spot a fraudulent website?

Question: I'm concerned about accidentally shopping from a fraudulent website. How can I spot the fakes? Answer: Watch out for these common red flags: 1) A URL starting with http:// The first thing you want to look for on a website is the https:// at the beginning of the address. The "s" in https:// stands for "secure," indicating the website uses encryption to transfer data, protecting it from hackers....

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Phishing Emails - Avoid the Bait!

Phishing  can be emails, texts, or calls you receive that seem to be from a company or people you know.  But they are scammers.  They may send you a link to click on asking for personal information like a password, social security number or date of birth or they may even try to gain access to your computer.  Here is how phishing works: You get an email or text  They pretend to be someone you know and ask...

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Annual Meeting Cancelled

The Board of Trustees of Triangle Telephone Cooperative Association, doing business as Triangle Communications (Triangle), had previously voted to hold two annual meetings in October of this year.  Triangle was very excited to host a north meeting in Havre and a south meeting in Big Timber which would allow even more of our membership to participate in the business side of the cooperative. However, due to the increase in COVID cases...

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CEO Message - July/Aug

I hope this message finds you well. It has not been a “normal” year for any of us and the future for so many things is unknown during this COVID-19 pandemic. At Triangle Communications, we are keeping things as normal as possible. It is our priority to keep our employees and members safe during this pandemic. To keep up to date with what is going on at Triangle, like us on our Facebook page or check out our website at www.itstriangle.com. Triangle...

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CEO Message - May/June 2020

The telecommunications industry has come a long way since Alexander Graham Bell made the first landline phone call on March 10, 1876. Even after that first call, phones were not commonplace. Only the wealthy were able to afford them. At the start of WWI in 1914, there were 10 people for every connected phone in the United States. That number dropped to five people per working phone by the time WWII ended in 1945. By 2017, there were over...

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