Protect yourself and your money! Be informed before making large cash transactions, and learn to recognize the most common cybercrime and scams to avoid becoming a victim.

“Hello, this is the IRS calling. We have a warrant for your arrest for failing to pay $6,728 in back taxes. The local sheriff’s department will arrest you tonight if you do not immediately pay a good-faith deposit of $1,500 in Amazon gift cards. I just need you to verify the Social Security Number we have on file for you…”

More than likely, you or someone you know received a phone call, text, email, or standard mail from scammers trying to steal your identity and money using bogus claims. As these fraudsters become increasingly aggressive, technologically advanced, and clever, their schemes are sometimes very believable. It can be difficult to recognize if you’re being conned into giving up your personal information and money. Check out the links below to learn how to protect yourself and your money!

Learn how to protect yourself from becoming a victim of the most common cybercrimes and scams.

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