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Cybersecurity Awareness Month: A Dozen Tips to Stay Cyber Secure

Cybersecurity Awareness Month: A Dozen Tips to Stay Cyber Secure

Posted On: October 1, 2022 by CSE Federal Credit Union in: Education, Fraud Tips

Cybersecurity Awareness Month: A Dozen Tips to Stay Cyber Secure

There is enough in the world to be worried about, but we’re adding one more thing to the list. Always be aware of your online presence and information! It’s a great idea to regularly monitor your cybersecurity to have a little more ease of mind. October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, here to remind us to stay safe and secure from threats like malware and scammers.

Here are a dozen tips to consider...

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Tags: CSE, CSE FCU, CSE Federal Credit Union, Cybersecuirty, fraud, Fraud Protection Service, Protecting Members, Scams, Trending Scams

Trending Scams: BIG RETAILER FRAUDSTERS ON THE RISE

Trending Scams: BIG RETAILER FRAUDSTERS ON THE RISE

Posted On: September 9, 2022 by CSE Federal Credit Union in: CSE, Fraud Tips, General

 

Trending Scams: BIG RETAILER FRAUDSTERS ON THE RISE

Fraud and Scams continue to cost consumers millions and millions of dollars, every day. As a way to help educate members and prevent you from falling victim to these scams, we are providing this blog to illustrate the latest trends and tendencies that we see members fall victim to.

Would you prefer to watch our CSE Couch Chat on this topic? Check out the video, here!

Fake Retailer Scams

This scheme...

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Tags: CSE, CSE FCU, CSE Federal Credit Union, fraud, Fraud Protection, Fraud Tips, Scam, Scams, Trending Scam, Trending Scams

CRYPTO SCAMS – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

CRYPTO SCAMS – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Posted On: February 25, 2022 by CSE Federal Credit Union in: CSE News, Education, Fraud Tips, General

 

With cryptocurrency on the rise, there were bound to be scams that popped up regarding this topic eventually, and they are definitely here. In this newest scam, scammers ask people to pay with cryptocurrency.

How it works: you may get a call from someone pretending to be from the government, law enforcement, or a local utility company (a common imposter scam red flag). Or, maybe you fall for a romantic relationship online, or someone calls to say you’ve won the...

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Tags: bitcoin, Crypto, CRYPTO SCAMS – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW, cryptocurrency, CSE, CSE FCU, CSE Federal Credit Union, fraud, Fraud Protection, Fraud Tips

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