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Cyber Scams - Beware & Be Safe!

This is a time where people are encouraged to stay informed or are working from home for the very first time, and the amount of screen-time online has increased because of it.  Cyber criminals are working overtime to take advantage of the situation.  Keeping your guard up now is more important than ever before.  Knowing what you should and should not be doing is critical.

Consider the following information to help keep you and your personal information safe.

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If you are unsure whether an email request is legitimate, try to verify it by contacting the company directly.  Contact them using information from outside of the email, such as an account statement, or searching the company name and phone number from your browser.

Sadly, there are even dishonest people looking for ways to capitalize on the Coronavirus, such as offers for bogus vaccinations and home test kits.  Don’t fall for it! 

What about those pesky robocalls? 

Possibly the saddest scam of all is preying on the generosity of those individuals wanting to help those less fortunate during a time of need.

We hope you feel more aware and prepared to recognize the many ways that Scammers are trying to get your money, personal information, account numbers, log-in IDs or passwords; and when in doubt, call 715-365-4800 to report any suspicious activity.      
 

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