Fake check scams are clever tricks designed to steal your money. You can avoid becoming a victim by recognizing how the scam works and understanding your responsibility for the checks that you deposit into your account. If someone you don’t know
Fictitious correspondence, allegedly issued by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) regarding funds purportedly under the control of the OCC and other government entities, is in circulation. Correspondence may be distributed via e-mail, fax, or postal mail.
The Federal Reserve Bank has confirmed that there currently are fraudulent emails circulating claiming to be a public service announcement jointly distributed by the Federal Reserve Banks in collaboration with the Internet Crime Compliant Center (IC3) and the National White
At Central National Bank we’re all about service to our customers. And one of the services we provide is fraud monitoring. For your protection, we recently placed a block on certain types of Central National Bank debit card transactions. If
Equifax Corporate Security has received notice that some customers and consumers have received fraudulent emails and/or letters falsely claiming to be from Equifax. One email purports to be from Global Customer Support Center. The email advises customers that they need
We have received reports from customers who have received emails much like the one listed below. These e-mails and the link included are fraudulent and were not sent by the FDIC. Recipients should consider the intent of these e-mails as
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) has received numerous reports of fraudulent e-mails that have the appearance of being from the FDIC. The e-mails appear to be sent from various “@fdic.gov” e-mail addresses, such as “email@example.com,” “firstname.lastname@example.org,” or “email@example.com.” They
The Electronic Payments Association has received reports that individuals and/or companies continue to receive fraudulent emails that have the appearance of having been sent from NACHA. These emails vary in content and appear to be transmitted from email addresses associated
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) has received numerous reports of suspicious telephone calls where the caller claims to represent the FDIC and is calling regarding the collection of an outstanding debt. To date, the callers have alleged that the
Pre-recorded phone messages are being delivered to random consumers with the warning that their debit cards have been closed. When consumers call the telephone number provided in the recording they hear a request for their 16-digit card number and PIN.