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Keeping Seniors Safe – Elder Justice Series

Calling all older adults and people who care for them! May 15th is National Senior Fraud Awareness Day. Throughout the month of May, learn about scams targeting older adults with the Elder Justice Series. All sessions are open to the…

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Secure your Mobile wallet

Secure Your Mobile Wallet

There are many mobile applications that allow you to carry out most of your personal finance transactions online and on the go. To keep your financial data safe, keep these security tips in mind: Enable a passcode/password on your phone.…

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Stay Safe at the ATM

Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) are convenient way to access your funds using your debit card. That convenience also appeals to crooks. For that reason, it’s important to learn how to access your funds safely and protect them from being accessible…

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Steer Clear of Automobile Fraud    

When a used car deal seems almost too good to be true, it probably is. Since this is a major investment, it’s important to do your research to verify the car is safe and the dealer is trustworthy. If you’re…

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Elder Financial Exploitation

Advice for members to protect themselves and their loved ones over 65 from financial abuse. To con artists, down-on-their-luck relatives, or opportunistic acquaintances, they are gold mines. Individuals over the age of 50 control 70% of the country’s wealth, and…

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Important Information About The Equifax Data Breach

By now, most of you have probably heard about the Equifax data breach. This hack has exposed the personal information of millions of U.S. consumers. Once hackers have gained access to consumers’ personal information, there is a greater risk of…

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How to Protect Your Money and Accounts Online

Being able to bank or shop online is a great convenience, but you want to be sure you’re protecting yourself before you hit "send.” If the wrong people access your accounts, you might find yourself with a lot less in the bank than you thought. Here are six steps you can take to help make sure that doesn’t happen.
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How to Safeguard Your Cash and Personal Info at ATMs

An ATM can be a lifesaver when you’re on the go and need some fast cash. But as helpful as these machines can be, they’re also magnets for fraudsters who are out to make a quick buck. In fact, criminals stole data from magnetic-strip debit cards at ATMs at the highest rate in over 20 years during the first several months of 2015, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal.
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