Protect Your Identity
Keep personal information close to your vest. Don't reveal it to phone solicitors and don't fall for emails requesting account information.
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Phishing and Malware Scams
Be wary of everything in your in-box. Even electronic greeting cards and charity requests can be used to take your money and infect your computer.
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These cards offer the ultimate in convenience. But be careful to protect your PIN and to use the cards in well-lighted, safe places.
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Beware of Skimming Devices
They can be hard to spot. But be on guard for electronic devices in ATMs and checkout terminals that are designed to steal your account information.
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Important Email Security Update
Scammers go after businesses as well as individuals. One recent trend are emails that trigger bogus wire transfers.
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What do you do if your ID is stolen
Fast reaction is the key to limiting losses. Let your bank and your credit card company know as soon as you discover the theft.
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Online Banking Fraud Prevention
Online banking is a great tool, but caution is required. Create strong passwords, use secure computers and study transaction histories.
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Elderly Abuse Awareness
Seniors are often victims of financial crimes. Here's advice on how to protect assets, secure documents and build relationships with people you can trust.
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One of the latest scam trends? The use of bogus text messages to try to get smartphone users to reveal sensitive personal information.
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