Security Alerts


So what is “Phishing”?
Phishing is a tactic that criminals use to lure and gain access to your personal and business financial information.

Tax Identity Theft Awareness

Tax identity theft happens when someone uses your Social Security number (SSN) to get a tax refund or a job. You might find out it’s happened when you get a letter from the IRS saying that more than one tax return was filed with your SSN, or IRS records show you earned income from an employer you don’t know. The IRS may also reject your efiled tax return as a duplicate filing.

Shopping Online | 10/23/2018

Follow these tips for hassle-free online shopping: get the details, pay by credit card, keep records, and protect your personal and financial information.

Data Breaches | 6/27/2018

What to know, What to do

Did you recently get a notice that says your personal information was exposed in a data breach?

Did you lose your wallet?

Or learn that an online account was hacked? Depending on the type of information exposed, the Federal Trade Commission can tell you what to do right away. You’ll find these steps – and more – at

What information was lost or exposed? 

Avoid Money Mule Scams

Coronavirus Scams

IRS Imposter Scams


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