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Avoid Fraud
Avoid Fraud7/17/2023

In today's digital age, fraud has become a prevalent threat that affects individuals and businesses alike. Protecting our personal and financial information is of utmost importance. Here are some ways to safeguard yourself from falling victim to fraud.

  • Strengthen Passwords and Enable Two-Factor Authentication : Creating strong, unique passwords for all your online accounts is a great way to avoid fraud. Use a mix of random letters, numbers, and symbols. For extra security, enable two-factor authentication whenever possible. 


  • Be Wary of Phishing Attempts : 

Phishing is a common tactic employed by fraudsters to trick individuals into divulging sensitive information. Beware of unsolicited emails, texts, or phone calls asking for personal or financial details. Always verify the sender's legitimacy before responding or clicking on any links. Be cautious and avoid sharing confidential information online.


  • Monitor Financial Accounts Regularly : 

Keep a close eye on your bank accounts, credit cards, and other financial platforms. Review your statements frequently, looking out for any suspicious transactions. If you notice any unauthorized activity, report it to your financial institution immediately, as swift action can help minimize potential damage.

By following these key strategies, we can reduce the risk of falling victim to fraud and protect our digital lives.
Please report any suspicious activity to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) at

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