Avoid falling for a scam call, text, or email
Keep your personal information safe.
Fri., Sept. 16, 2022
Scammers and fraudsters can get creative when they’re trying to get ahold of your personal information. STCU wants to make sure that information stays safe and secure.
Here are a few ways scammers and fraudsters may try to trick you:
These are some signs something might be a scam attempt:
Here are ways you can protect yourself:
This is what you can do if you think you’ve become a victim to a scam:
You can learn more about keeping your personal information safe by attending one of STCU’s virtual workshops or by clicking or watching the below video.
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