Credit union members should be vigilant of fraud and phishing schemes, especially this tax season.
Where you live can determine how likely it is that your identity will be stolen and/or hacked.
Fears about identity theft, breaches and privacy are keeping consumers from conducting transactions and posting online.
Tax season isn’t enjoyable, but members can avoid the added misery of identity theft by paying attention to the details.
Security firm IDT911 warns of a 154% increase in tax-related fraud cases from 2014 to 2015.
Fraudsters often pose as financial institution representatives to coerce personal information from victims.
A Javelin report reveals the EMV transition led new account fraud to double.
Preston Frazier and Keandre Williams are sentenced to federal prison for stealing member debit card information from three Virginia credit unions.
Fraudsters call consumers claiming to be NCUA employees and ask for personal and financial information.
FTC data reveals there were 332,646 identity theft complaints in the U.S. in 2014.