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Fraud and Theft Protection

Stay current on common fraud attacks and safe practices.

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Resources

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    Fraud Prevention Guide

    As criminals introduce new and creative ways to commit fraud, our main priority is protecting you and your finances. In this guide, you will read stories from unsuspecting victims, learn how to recognize the warning signs of a scam, and receive information on how to protect yourself from these scams. We hope this booklet gives you valuable information to help you and your loved ones from becoming victims of fraud.

    Read the Fraud Prevention Guide

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    Pay it Safe with Zelle®

    We know getting money to friends and family quickly and safely is important, so we’ve provided some friendly reminders on how to “pay it safe” when you’re sending money with Zelle®.

    Read more on paying it safe with Zelle®.

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    Information on Current Scams.

    At the link below you will find a list of recent scams that you could encounter and how to avoid being a victim.

    Learn more about current scams.

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    Facebook Messenger Scams

    For scams that involve money on Facebook, cyber criminals will either create fake accounts or hack into existing Facebook accounts of people you may know. The fake or compromised accounts will then try to trick you into giving them money by sending you personalized messages in Facebook Messenger.

    Learn about the common Facebook Messenger scams.

     

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    Cybersecurity Basics

    Knowing some cybersecurity basics, and putting them into practice, will help you protect yourself and reduce the risk of a cyber-attack.

    Read more about cybersecurity basics.

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    Handling a Data Breach

    Did you recently get a notice that says your personal information was exposed in a data breach?

    Read more about data breaches.

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    Protecting Your Identity

    Awareness and prevention are very important when it comes to protecting your identity. It’s best to simply assume all your information is already out there on the internet in some form.

    Read more about protecting your identity.

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    Avoiding Wire Fraud: Home Settlement Funds

    Follow the tips below to avoid losing your home settlement funds in a wire fraud scam.

    Read more about avoiding wire fraud.

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    Common Merchandise Scams

    Don’t let fraudsters steal your money or your personal information through scams. Here are some common scams you could encounter and some tips to protect yourself.

    Read more about common merchandise scams.

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    SEVEN WAYS TO KEEP YOUR MAIL SAFE THIS HOLIDAY SEASON

    If you’re mailing or receiving gifts for the holidays, it’s important to keep your mail safe from thieves.

    Read more about keeping your mail safe.

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    KEEPING YOUR IDENTITY PRIVATE

    It doesn’t take much to be the victim of identity theft. The only thing an identity thief needs is a few personal details.

    Read more about identity theft.

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    AVOID BEING A DATING SCAM VICTIM

    If you’re contacted online by someone who appears interested in you. He or she may may be a fraudster. Don’t be a victim. Check out these five tips to avoid a dating scam.

    Read more about dating scams.

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