Special Fraud & Virus Alerts

6 Common Scams to Watch Out For

A scam can be initiated via the computer (email, internet, social media), text, postal mail, in person, or a phone call. No matter the origin of the scam, the characteristics are the same: First, there is something to pique your interest – someone in trouble, big discount offers, lottery win.Second, the individual contacting you seems trustworthy, super friendly, and seems...

Beware of E-Mail Phishing Scams

Fraudsters, criminals, and hackers may pose as legitimate businesses and request personal or payment information. Often they will send an attachment which may contain a virus, malware or ransomware. Use discretion and keep you, your data, and your money safe. If you receive such an e-mail from someone posing as a representative of the bank, do not open it or the attachment....