Social Engineering Red Flags
We all want to prevent fraud, however, it can be very hard to detect. This document contains tips and red flags to be aware of when using email. Being aware of these red flags may help prevent you from becoming a victim of fraud or being exposed to malicious computer viruses.
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First National Bank is aware of the recent breach announced by Home Depot. As a reminder, if our Fraud Watch system contacts you directly, they will never ask for your complete card number or other personal information. First National Bank recommends that you view your account activity regularly and if you have questions or see any unauthorized or suspicious activity on your account, please contact us immediately.
10 Things You Can Do to Avoid Fraud
While con artists can be clever, many can be foiled by knowledgeable - and equally canny - consumers. Here are 10 things you can do to stop a scam.
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