Fraud Awareness & Education


How to Protect Yourself from Identity Theft

Identity theft affects millions of people every year. It can happen by way of mail fraud, data breaches, digital service (apps) compromise, and phishing emails and text messages.

To help you stay informed and keep you safe, we’ve provided some quick tips on how to spot identity theft, ways to protect yourself or a loved one and what to do if your identity or the identity of a loved one has been stolen.

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Ash Goodsell, fraud analyst at Centris Federal Credit Union, talks about what to look out for when it comes to scams and fraudsters, and provides great information on what all of us can do to protect ourselves and loved ones on the Centris podcast, A Penny or Two For Your Thoughts.

For more information on scams and cyber crimes, visit the websites below.