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15 Holiday Scams to Look Out For

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November 29th 2016 by
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Between the hustle and bustle of holiday shopping and getting together with friends and family, it’s important to be on alert for scams and fraudulent activity on your accounts. The holiday season is peak time for identity theft and cyber crimes, and education is the key to keeping your information safe. 1. Fake charities – It’s always wonderful to give, but do your research before contributing. There are people that prey on goodwill and set up fake organizations to collect your money. 2. Fake retailers – You also might see fake businesses popping up online. If you receive a solicitation…

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Watch For These Product Recall Scams!

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November 22nd 2016 by
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A product recall is never pretty. Organizing refunds and exchanges for customers takes time. Meanwhile, the customers just want their product to work! Unfortunately, many scammers prey on customers’ confusion and frustration. There are several ploys criminals use to steal money or information using the cover of a product recall. 1.) Discounted cellphones Recently, Samsung issued a product recall on their Note 7 phones, instructing customers to bring their phones to their carrier’s store and exchange it for a new one. However, people who aren’t the original purchaser of the phone or who’ve bought it online, have had trouble getting…

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10 Tips to Stay Secure this Holiday Season

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November 15th 2016 by
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Identity theft and cyber crimes are becoming more frequent news stories. Unfortunately, the holiday season tends to see a peak in those crimes. In order to keep you information secure, it’s all about staying one step ahead of the criminals. Be Wary of Email Links Any email that asks you to click on a link and enter information about yourself should raise a red flag. During the holidays, scammers may send emails that appear to be promotions from big brand stores. They may ask you to enter your store card info for exclusive discounts and then take that information to…

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Is My Insurance Enough When Disaster Strikes?

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November 8th 2016 by
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Q: The news coverage of hurricanes Matthew and Nicole had me worried. What can I do to disaster-proof my home? A: Disaster preparedness is a big topic. Have supplies and an emergency plan on hand. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has a detailed guide for improving personal preparedness at Ready.gov. When it comes to your home, insurance may not always be enough in every natural disaster. Read on for three insurance pitfalls and what you can do about them. 1.) Natural disaster exemptions The pitfall: Many insurance policies specifically exclude natural disasters, or are very selective about the kind of…

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Breached Security, Breached Trust: Yahoo’s Leak And What It Means For You

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October 13th 2016 by
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More than 500 million Yahoo accounts have been compromised in the latest breach. The security breach was limited to username and password information for Yahoo’s various sites, including webmail, news and fantasy sports services. No financial information is believed to be included in the stolen data, but there’s reason to be concerned! The stolen data This breach was discovered after FBI officials detected hackers attempting to sell the personal information of Yahoo users. There are many reasons thieves are interested in this information. First, stealing an email account can be a first step to identity theft. By taking command of…

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