- Fraudulent signatures on financial documents
- Unpaid bills or expenses
- Unusual or sudden changes in spending patterns
- Unusual changes to wills or other financial documents
RATHER: Look up information on official website or hard-copy bill.
DON’T: Rely on just anyone to deliver or mail payments for you.
RATHER: Give to a postman or directly in the Post Office to be delivered securely. Alternatively, you can pay through FMFCU’s Digital Banking service.
DON’T: Keep personal information or documents laying around with visitors present.
RATHER: Put them away in a secure location.
DON’T: Act right away if an individual is pressuring you to take immediate action and provide personal information such as a Medicare number.
RATHER: Contact the Federal Trade Commission if you feel as though you are in danger of fraud.
DON’T: Click on any links or open attachments in emails.
RATHER: Use email spam filters to reduce phishing scam attempts. Some emails may look legitimate and are set up to get the person to click on a link as a way to hack information.