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Do's And Don’ts To Protect Yourself From Scams

With fraud like check scams, job scams, loan scams and romance scams on the rise – find out the do's and don’ts to help protect yourself.
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Ways to Protect Your Information Online

With identity theft and scams on the rise like check fraud and cash app scams, you can help protect your information online with a little common sense and by following a few basic tips.
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Scams and Risks Of Using Cash Apps

Cash transfer apps make it easy to transfer funds to a friend, split a lunch tab or pay for an item you bought online. But scams are on the rise and if something goes wrong, fraud protection is limited.
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How to Protect Yourself from Scams

With scams and identity theft on the rise, find out find out how to recognize common scams and protect yourself.
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Be Alert for Stimulus Check Scams

With the recent news that the government will begin sending another round of stimulus checks, watch out for scams!
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All You Need To Know About P2P Payment Apps

P2P money transfer apps make it easy to transfer funds to friends – but if something goes wrong fraud protection may be limited.
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Beware of Coronavirus Scams

Scammers are well-known for capitalizing on fear, and the COVID-19 outbreak is no exception.
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Fake Check Scams On the Rise

These scams now reach 500,000 victims each year. Many of the victims are in their 20s – a segment of the population that’s far more familiar with PayPal than with paper checks.
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New Technology, New Ways to Protect Yourself

Mobile deposit has been around for a few years now, and it’s brought a whole new meaning to the word ‘convenient.’ Previously, you had to find time in your day to make it to the branch before they closed, wait in line (perhaps with your kids in tow), and fill out all of your information just to deposit a check.

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Trending Scams

Con artists will make every attempt to gain your trust and confidence. It is our job as consumers to be on the lookout