Fraud Prevention

Don’t be fooled by these 2 seemingly simple scams

David Pollino
Security
Look of doubt on young man

Approaches like these could come to you from acquaintances or strangers, either in person, via email, or through social media.

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Who’s really contacting you? Masquerading losses mount

David Pollino
Security
Corporate "headshot" of a male executive with his face entirely grayed out.

Since the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center began tracking these scams, it has compiled statistics on more than 7,000 U.S. companies that have been victimized.

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Share with care: Protect yourself and your business online

David Pollino
Security
Business woman sitting on steps looking at her laptop while 2 businessmen on higher step try to peer over her shoulders to her laptop.

Protecting yourself and your business online takes time and thought. But the effort you put in may keep you from being a victim, saving you stress and potential losses.

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Tax season 2016: Don’t fall victim to scammers

David Pollino
Security
Young couple: woman sitting on desk looking at paperwork while man sits at laptop, looking at her

This time each year identity thieves make a living filing fraudulent returns and cashing in on the unwitting victims’ tax refunds.

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