The FBI has warned of an increase in COVID-19 phishing emails related to charitable contributions, general financial relief, airline refunds, fake cures, testing kits and vaccines. Consumer officials say recent examples to exploit the pandemic are just the beginning of a tsunami of fraud.
Cyber predators are taking full advantage of the current COVID-19 pandemic, stealing sensitive information from vulnerable citizens. It’s imperative to know that your data security starts with you and can be
While shopping online comes with great convenience without ever having to step foot inside a store, the internet can be a vulnerable place for your personal information. Dominion Credit Union wants to offer you these tips to help you shop more safely online.
Money transfer scams involve cash transfers, such as wire transfers, Moneygram® transfers, Western Union transfers or similar cash-like transfers. It can be a helpful tool to send funds to family and friends, but it can also be a quick way for thieves to steal your money and disappear before you realize what happened.
“Phishing” involves fraudulent Internet spam, pop-up messages and e-mail that try to lure personal information from unsuspecting victims. According to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), phishers send an email or pop-up message claiming to be from your credit union or another institution you do business with, asking you to update or validate your personal and account information.
Your Social Security Number (SSN) is more than just a number. Having access to your SSN, a thief can pretend to be you and open new accounts, obtain a job, apply for loans, etc. Thieves can get a hold of your SSN in multiple ways, so it is important that you do what you can to protect your SSN.
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