Fraud Alerts

Learn about the different activities criminals use to take advantage of you, your business and your employees.

Protect Against ACH and Wire Fraud

An evolving scam has resulted in significant financial loss for many companies. This bulletin provides an outline of activities to look out for as well as tips you can use to educate employees.

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Email Scam Targeting Real Estate Industry

The Federal Trade Commission and the National Association of Realtors® are warning home buyers and real estate professionals about an email and money wiring scam.

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Criminals Host Fake Websites to Acquire Information and to Collect Fraudulent Fees

Take care to make sure you are on a government website before submitting any identifiable information that can lead to identity theft.

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Be Aware Of Cyber Criminals Offering Scams During the Holidays

The FBI reminds shoppers in advance of the holiday shopping season to beware of cyber criminals and their aggressive and creative ways to steal money.

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Hacktivists Target Law Enforcement Personnel and Public Officials

Law enforcement personnel and public officials may be at an increased risk of cyber attacks.

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Fictitious 'Work-from-home' Scam

College students across the United States have been targeted to participate in work-from-home scams.

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ISIL Exploits WordPress Vulnerabilities

Even though defacement of websites by those sympathetic to ISIL is considered low level hacking, it still disruptive and costly to fix the defacement.

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Scammers Use Terrorist Attack to Solicit Fraudulent Donations

The terrorist attack in Paris may unleash scammers to solicit money from the public. Read here what red flags to watch out for before donating.

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