Scammers are always looking for new ways to get to your money. But one thing never changes:
Summit Credit Union will NEVER ask for your personal information through an email, online chat, or unsolicited phone call, text or visit. That’s always a red flag, no matter what.
Fraudsters are working overtime to find new ways to steal from you. Stop them in their tracks with the following tips.
In this episode of Money Smarts, a podcast from Summit Credit Union, we talk about popular scams and how fraudsters trick you into sharing information you shouldn't. Learn about these common scams and get tips to protect yourself from fraud with Lisa Ryerson, one of Summit Credit Union's fraud specialists.
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If you’re not sure if something is a scam, it’s ALWAYS better to act like it could be! Fraudsters are always coming up with creative new ways to steal from you and quick to take advantage of a crisis. Here are some of the most popular recent scams to watch for.
Some scams go right for your money; others try to get you to part with personal information – like account numbers, Social Security numbers, passwords, and personal identification numbers (PINs). Find out what you should look for and how to protect yourself.