Researchers have found a new phishing campaign feeding off of renewed talks regarding financial support to those impacted by coronavirus. The initial lure claims that it was sent in response to the recipient contacting the sender for information regarding economic relief. The link in the body first directs users to a well-built fake government website that provides a method of checking whether they are eligible for a payment. This verification form requests personally identifiable information (PII), such as date of birth, SSN, driver’s license number, and contact information. Finally, users are directed to a page saying their response has been submitted and they’ll be contacted soon.