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Scam Alert: Look Out for Emails from the “National Credit Union”

March 18th 2015 by
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The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) has been receiving reports on a phishing scam that’s trying to appear as coming from the NCUA. Emails are being sent to consumers from the “National Credit Union,” and the website uses a similar look and logo as the NCUA website. The fraudulent National Credit Union appears to originate in Australia. The email offers financial services and asks for a Social Security number, account number, login information, or sometimes a money transfer. Please note the NCUA does not conduct business or transactions in this manner. Do not submit your personal information to a website…

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Be On the Lookout for These Tax Scams

February 19th 2015 by
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Tax season is a prime season for identity thieves. There are many different types of scams run by these criminals; they’ll impersonate charity workers, tax accounts or IRS agents, all with the intent of stealing your information and money. The IRS website contains many resources for spotting fraud and taking action to protect yourself. Here are some common scams you may see this season. 1. Promises of Outlandish Refunds You know how the saying: “If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.” If you hear a refund amount that you can’t believe, you might want to start…

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Beware of Payday Loan Scams

Posted in Borrowing Money
August 21st 2014 by

No one wants to be in a situation where they need a payday loan. These loans are short-term with extraordinarily high interest rates, but have been gaining popularity over the last decade. Unfortunately, so have the scams. Payday loans should NOT involve up-front fees or recurring fees. These are both signs of a scam. We’d like to take some time to share a real-life story and what you can do to protect yourself. Kevin’s Story ABC News posted a payday loan scam story from Kevin Whitney. Kevin needed a payday loan and the company he found asked for a $195…

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How To Keep Your Information Safe

Posted in Security/Scams
March 10th 2014 by
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You’ve probably heard stories about scams to get your personal information. A recent one works something like this: Someone will call you and say they are from the Fraud department of Visa, Mastercard or whatever credit card you use. They will ask if you made a big purchase recently. After you say no, they say they will begin a fraud investigation. They’ll ask you to clarify you are in possession of the card by having you read the 7 numbers on the back. When the call is over, you really do have a charge for the amount they mentioned. You…

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Don’t Fall for Phony IRS Websites

December 28th 2012 by
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The Internal Revenue Service is issuing a warning about a new tax scam that uses a website that mimics the IRS e-Services online registration page. The actual IRS e-Services page offers web-based products for tax preparers, not the general public. The phony web page looks almost identical to the real one. The IRS gets many reports of fake websites like this. Criminals use these sites to lure people into providing personal and financial information that may be used to steal the victim’s money or identity. The address of the official IRS website is IRS.gov. Don’t be misled by sites claiming to be the IRS but ending in .com, .net, .org or other designations instead of .gov. If you find a suspicious website that claims to be the IRS, send the site’s URL by email to phishing@irs.gov. Use ‘Suspicious website’ as the subject line. Be aware that the IRS does not…

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