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Category: Security

Security Tips to Avoid Fraud

Check fraud is on the rise. According to the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, more than 1.2 million fraudulent checks are written every day — more than 13 per second. Learn more below.

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Fraud Alerts

Be immediately notified of any suspicious activities on your accounts.

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Keep An Eye Out for COVID-19 Phishing

It’s no surprise that when there is a crisis, there are bad guys quick to swoop in and take advantage of a concerned public. COVID-19 scammers are on the prowl — so warn loved ones to be alert while on their phones and online. Phishing is already being reported: criminals disguised as charities seeking donations to help those in need.

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Your Identity Has Been Stolen, Now What?

Previous blog posts have recommended pro-active steps with an emphasis on organization to stop identity theft from the earliest moment possible. In this blog post, let’s assume the worst has happened: your identity has been stolen. Perhaps the thief has already used your information to open new credit card account? As soon as you are aware, what do you do to minimize the damage?

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