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Protect yourself and your finances.

Fight Fraud

Knowing what fraudsters can do, learning how to protect yourself, and implementing what you learn is the easiest and smartest way to protect your finances.


Certain personal information can allow thieves to open credit cards, apply for loans and services, set up bank accounts, and even access and take over your accounts.

Protect Yourself

Watch for unsolicited calls, emails, texts, and mail. Regardless of whether they call, email or approach you personally, do not give your personal information to people you don’t know or did not contact yourself. If you are unsure of the company or individual reaching out, end the conversation and call the company or individual back on a number you know belongs to them.

Implement Best Practices

There are many types of fraud and therefore many ways to protect yourself. Here is a good place to start:

  • Check your credit report annually.
  • Consider opting out of pre-screened offers.
  • Watch for phishing scams that trick you into providing personal information.
  • NEVER give your social security number to someone who contacts you unsolicited.
  • Lock up documents with sensitive information. Don’t carry them around unnecessarily.
  • Shred expired documents with personal information (medical records, tax papers, etc.).
  • Don’t overshare on social media (i.e. – don’t share travel memories until you’re home).

Looking for more information on fraud? We’ve got you covered!

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NEW … Fraud Alerts. Learn about some of the most common scams that have been reported to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) over the last couple of years. Use this information to help protect you and your family and friends from scams that can steal your money and/or your identification.

Sweepstakes or Contest Scams

April 10, 2023

Did you know that sweepstakes, prize, and lottery frauds are among the top scams reported to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC)?

Learn more about ways to spot and avoid these types of scams.

Watch Out for Imposters

March 30, 2023

The FTC received over 700,000 impersonation scams in 2022! One out of five involved losing money.

Read more about these scams and how to protect yourself.

Is this Auto Service Contract/Extended Warranty Legit?

March 23, 2023

Have you ever received calls, text, or mailings warning you that your warranty is about to expire? Before you buy, be sure to do your research!

Learn how to spot extended warranty scammers.

Watch Out for Disaster Recovery Scams

March 29, 2023

Unfortunately, there are scammers that take advantage after a natural disaster.

Learn how to spot and avoid these scams.

Fraudsters are Using AI for Family Emergency Schemes

March 20, 2023

You answered a call that sounds just like your grandson … he’s been in an accident and is in jail. How could this be a scam when it sounds just like him?

Scammers can now use artificial intelligence to clone the voice of your loved one.

Learn how to tell if it is real.

Work from Home Scams

March 2023

If an ad claims you can work from home and make thousands of dollars a month with very little effort, this is probably a scam.

Read about types of work-from-home job scams and how to avoid them.

In 2022, Consumers Reported Losing Nearly $8.8 Billion to Scams

February 23, 2023

Investments scams were responsible for losing more money than any other category in 2022.

Learn more about the Top Frauds in 2022.


Scholarship and Financial Aid Scams

February 2023

Many of these scams start off with a social media post, an email, or a letter.

What are the Signs of a Scholarship or Financial Aid Scam? Learn More.

Online Quizzes are Harmless and Fun … Aren’t They??

January 11, 2023

Many online quizzes include questions that are asked for security questions on your accounts.

Learn more about these quizzes and how to avoid phishing scams.

Common Health & Fitness Scams

January 2022

Billions of dollars are spent each year on products and treatments that claim they will improve your health and fitness.

How to spot common health scams and ways to evade them.


Suspect one of your VeraBank accounts has been compromised?

Here’s a checklist of things you need to do as soon as possible.

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Don’t Become a Victim of Fraud

What to watch out for to avoid becoming a victim of spoofing or phishing scams.

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