Keep Up with the latest Scams!
It’s important to protect yourself and your money by keeping up with the latest scams, especially during the holiday season. While you might think that you can always spot scams, it’s also important to help protect our loved ones. We’ve compiled some information about the latest scams, courtesy of the Federal Trade Commission.
What to do if you’ve already been scammed:
The Federal Trade Commission has great resources to help you if you think you’ve been scammed. Click HERE to find out what to do if you paid someone you think is a scammer, or if you gave a scammer your personal information or access to your computer or phone.
Are you a business customer looking for tools to help fight fraud? We can help! Talk to your loan officer or banker for more information.
- Click here to view the Federal Trade Commission Business Resource Center.
- Click here to learn more about Treasury Management solutions for fraud like ACH Blocks/Filters and Positive Pay.
Scammers use email or text messages to trick you into giving them your personal information.
Scammers pretend to be from Social Security Administration and try to get your social security number or money.
Scammers might ask you to pay for something by putting money on a gift card, like a Google Play or iTunes card, and then giving them the numbers on the back of the card.
It’s never too late to find love, and lots of dating sites and apps are there to help. But scammers are out to steal your heart, too…and then steal your money.