Beware of scammers pretending to be your grandchild, relative or friend. Click here to learn how you spot imposters.
A romance scam is when a new love interest says they love you, but they really just love your money - and may not be who they say they are. Click here to learn how you can prevent romance scams.
It might seem like the message comes from a well-known company like Microsoft or Apple, or maybe your internet service provider. But is this threat – or their problem – real? Click here to learn how you can prevent tech support scams.
If someone sends you money and asks you to send it to someone else, STOP. Click here to learn how you can prevent money mule scams.
Has an online love interest asked you for money? That’s a scam. Click here to learn how you can be safe from online dating scams.
Please be aware of emails that appear to be a PayPal receipt for an eBay payment. The message is not from PayPal and the links provided in the receipt do not take you to PayPal. Please do not click the links.
Please be aware of emails that appear to be from firstname.lastname@example.org or similar and a subject line of "Wire transfer was rejected". The message advises the recipient to click a link to view the report. DO NOT CLICK THE LINK. The message is not from the Federal Reserve or any bank.
Please be aware of phone phishing scams attempting to obtain ATM, Debit, or Credit Card information. DO NOT PROVIDE THIS INFORMATION. Please contact us immediately at 855-413-3544 if you provide the caller this information. You can also call our Debit Card Hotline at 1-877-849-5533.