Stay cautious when you receive unexpected text messages or emails from FedEx—they could be fake messages being sent from scammers in an attempt to steal from you.
Credit unions offer similar protections against fraudulent transactions as regular banks and card companies.
If you bank with a credit union, keep an eye out for these common scams, especially if you're a Navy Federal, Alliant, or First Financial member.
Alliant Credit Union has several security protocols in place to help protect you from fraud and scams, including ways to recover lost funds or limit your losses.
As a Navy Federal Credit Union customer, you're protected from hackers, imposters, and credit card fraud.
If you notice a transaction on your account that you didn't make, you can dispute it with your bank and get your money bank.
Depending on the circumstances, you may get a full refund from your bank if someone fraudulently spends your money.
While the Pokémon theme song says, "you gotta catch 'em all," it's pretty clear that not all counterfeit Pokémon plush toys are being caught before they enter the country.
If you're looking for an Among Us plush toy, the safest place to buy one is from the official merchandise store, Innersloth.
There are various ways to block scam calls, including using an app or blocking numbers directly from your phone.
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