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Warning and tips about Fraud prevention

Mar 30, 2012

The Federal Bureau of Investigation warns bank account holders of a new spam email scheme that involves a type of malware called “Gameover.”  The scheme involves fake emails from the National Automated Clearing House Association, the Federal Reserve or the FDIC.  These messages attempt to trick recipients into clicking on a link to resolve some type of issue with their account or a recent ACH transaction.  Once you click on the link, Gameover takes over your computer, and thieves can steal usernames, passwords and your money.

Listed are a few key steps to take to avoid falling victim to this type of Internet Crime:

*Keep your computer and mobile devices updated with the newest versions of anti-virus software.

*If you have any doubts about an email sender’s authenticity, do not click on any embedded links.


*Be vigilant about checking your account balances.  The sooner you notice and report any discrepancies the more likely you will be able to be reimbursed for any missing funds.



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