Before the experiment, participants will take a short survey. Our lab partner will randomize participants into either a control group or one of three treatment groups. Each of the three treatment groups receives a variation of an educational intervention aiming at helping participants distinguish between genuine and fraudulent communication. After the educational intervention is received, participants will complete a task that requires them to determine whether an example communication is fraudulent or not. After this, a second very short survey is administered. Finally, participants will be re-randomized into two groups to receive a unique communication code. The first group will choose their own code and the other will be assigned one. After the end of the experiment, the control group will then receive the educational intervention. Finally, we will follow up with a task that assesses the feasibility of the unique communications code as a security device.