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A call from your bank isn't always legitimate—imposters pretend to represent your bank to steal your information and money.
In 2020, almost $20 billion was lost to phone scammers in the U.S. alone. With 165 million robocalls being made every day, it's hard not to be targeted.
A promise of a large sum of money in return for a fee should raise some red flags—more often than not, it's a scam.
Email phishing scams are becoming increasingly common as scammers come up with new tactics to trick you. Identify scam emails with these easy tips.
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Scam texts are becoming more common with impersonators coming up with new ways to trick you into handing over your money and information.
We all know about the dangers of scam emails, but scam phone calls are just as prevalent, remaining a popular way for criminals to steal your money or information.
Scammers have turned their phishing attempts to members or credit unions by sending out fake emails hoping to get their hands on valuable personal data.
After falling victim to credit card fraud, it's important to act quickly and monitor your statement as well as your credit report.
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