We would like to caution our customers against common scams and fraud schemes. The following have been amongst the top 2020 scams that continue to be prevalent. Please be vigilant. Do not give away your personal and financial information by phone or email to anyone claiming to be a friend or government official.
Fraudsters pretending to be government officials asking for personal information and card numbers; pretending to be family members or friends asking for money.
Sellers failing to deliver online purchases and keeping customer payments.
Messages luring people to click on links related to Covid-19 relief.
Requests for money under the guise of a romantic relationship. Typically the relationships start on social media platforms.
Fraudsters sending emails tricking recipients to reveal personal and financial information that can be used to steal their identity.
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