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Scams and fraud occur in new ways every day. It’s sad, but true. The best way to prevent being scammed is to be aware. Click each link below for a one-page overview of seven of the most frequent scams.
The COVID-19 outbreak has turned our lives upside down. There have already been reports of fraudsters profiting from those left financially disadvantaged by the outbreak.
Spring break and summer vacations are just around the corner. Before you board that plane, hit the beach, or check in to your hotel, it’s important to make sure you keep your money safe while you’re away.
Counterfeit or forged checks are one of the most common ways business owners experience fraud. According to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), check fraud is on the rise, and it’s important for business owners to make sure they’re protected.
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Before you find the best holiday deals, take time to make sure you’re shopping safely.
It seems like there’s always a new data breach or hacking technique of some kind in the news.
Even with the increased use of electronic payments, older payment options like checks are still used. Checks have been around for years, and crooks have mastered the art of stealing and counterfeiting them.
EMV chip technology has emerged in the last few years in our payment system and is designed to combat fraud and, most importantly, protect sensitive information.
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