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  • Scam of the Week: Twitter Blue Scams

    posted on Monday, November 21, 2022

    Elon Musk recently purchased the social media platform, Twitter. Since this purchase, Twitter started allowing users to pay for a monthly subscription called “Twitter Blue.” Cybercriminals have been using this new feature to impersonate brands and public figures.

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  • Scam of the Week: Bank Phishing Scams

    posted on Monday, October 31, 2022

    Cybercriminals are trying to steal customer information by sending emails impersonating banks. Guard you information with these tips.

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  • Scam of the Week: Disaster Relief Scams

    posted on Friday, October 14, 2022

    When a natural disaster strikes, many people rely on insurance providers to help them pay for damages. Unfortunately, cybercriminals can take advantage of this vulnerable situation by manipulating you into sharing sensitive information.

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  • Is Balancing Your Checking Account Still Relevant in the Digital World?

    posted on Thursday, August 18, 2022

    To some, reconciling your bank account may sound like an old-fashioned bookkeeping chore best suited for a time when people wrote a lot of checks. Are there any reasons to keep doing so? Check out our top 5.

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  • Scam of the Week: Using QuickBooks to Make a Quick Buck

    posted on Friday, August 5, 2022

    QuickBooks is a popular accounting software that offers free accounts to its users. While many individuals and organizations use QuickBooks to track their finances, cybercriminals have been using it to run a "business" of their own. In a new scam, cybercriminals create a free QuickBooks account and use the associated email address to send you malicious emails.

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