Financial Exploitation: Fraudsters may be closer than you think.
At BFSFCU, data security is a high priority.
ATMs are a fast and easy way to withdraw cash, check account balances, transfer funds and more. If you plan to use ATMs as a convenient way to conduct financial transactions, you must make electronic banking security a priority. Here are some important steps you can take to make ATM security your business.
When visiting a website, make sure you are at the right web address and not on a fake “copycat” page created by fraudsters.
Read on how to PROTECT yourself from these common scams and how to report them.
Incidents of computer repair or tech support scams continue to be reported to the Credit Union. Computer repair and tech support scams can be found in pop-up messages on laptops or personal computers. It is also possible to receive a phone call from someone purporting to be from a computer or tech support company as a part of the scam.
Please be sure to always use the most current version of your web browser in an effort to protect your personal and financial information when online.
As in previous years, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has identified a list of tax scams that are impacting thousands of people. Taxpayers need to be especially vigilant throughout tax season to ensure that their information is not compromised.
Passwords tend to be a pain point for many people. Virtually everything you access has password security tied to it. Want to buy a sweater with an online retailer? Enter your password. Ordering groceries to be delivered? Enter your password. Going to watch a movie online? Enter your password.
Overpayment Scams come in a variety of forms. In these scams, criminals play the part of a buyer and require victims to send excess funds from a payment back to the buyer via a cash transfer though money transfer services. Overpayment Scams are most often executed with the use of counterfeit checks.