Common scams 

With cyberfraud incidents on the rise and fraudsters waging sophisticated attacks through phone, text, and email, it’s important to recognize the warning signs that someone is trying to scam you.

We’ve identified the most common scams that fraudsters are currently using to steal your money and personal information.   

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Am I being scammed?

It’s often difficult to tell the difference between a scam and an urgent request or a new opportunity. This tool will help you to determine whether or not you’re being targeted by a common scam and guide you to more information as to how to spot and avoid everyday scams.

Common scams that target your personal information

Impersonation Scams

Beware of impersonation scams that target both your personal information and your money. Fraudsters will pretend to be a representative of a legitimate organization to try to solicit your Banking information or your money through various channels such as email, text message or phone calls. Below are a few examples of common impersonation scams.

Recognize it

Fraudsters will pose Bank officials, law enforcement or government representatives requesting information about and/or access to your personal and financial information.

Reject it

Never give out personal or financial information and hang up on suspicious calls immediately.

Report it

Hang up and call 1-866-625-0561 to report it to us.

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