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Use the information in these tips, articles, and links to help keep your identity safe.
Identity thieves come up with new tax scams each year, pretending to be from the IRS, tax companies, or state revenue departments.
Economic Impact Payment (EIP) Scam
Scammers are using a new EIP text to get personal information. According to the text, an EIP has been deposited, but you have to click the link to accept the payment. The link goes to a fake website that looks like the irs.gov Get My Payment site.
Tips for Shopping Online and In Stores
‘Tis the season for shopping in stores and online. Here are some tips to keep your personal and financial information safe
Protect Yourself from Hackers
Follow these tips to help protect your personal information.
Unemployment Benefits Fraud
Fraudsters are using stolen identities, automated transfers, and the COVID-19 crisis to file for unemployment benefits.
Choose Log-In Credentials Wisely
Protect your accounts with strong log-in choices and avoid using the same login ID/password combination on multiple sites.
Protect Yourself from Tax Scams
Although there are usually more tax scams during tax season, they can happen any time of the year.
Avoid Fraudulent Shipping Notifications
People receive genuine shipping alerts on a regular basis at work and home. But, as shipping increases during the holidays, so do fraudulent emails from scammers!
Protect Your Move
Eliminate some of the stress of moving by choosing the right mover.
Charity Disaster Scams
Fraudsters are quick to set up fake charities during disasters. Before you donate to any organization, be sure it’s reputable.