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Saturday, October 31 2020
The worldwide spread of the Coronavirus is being used to scare people into clicking on links, opening malicious attachments, and giving out confidential information.
Be careful with anything related to the Coronavirus: emails, attachments, any social media, texts on your phone, anything. If you didn’t ask for it don’t open it.
Look out for topics like:
- Check updated Coronavirus map in your city
- Coronavirus Infection warning from local school district
- CDC or World Health Organization emails or social media Coronavirus messaging
- Keeping your children safe from Coronavirus
- You might even get a scam phone call to raise funds for “victims”
Message from the FDIC:
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) has received reports of fraudulent communications that have the appearance of being from this agency. Fraudsters know that people trust the FDIC name, so scammers use the FDIC’s name and logo, and even the names of actual employees, in perpetrating fraudulent schemes. The FDIC DOES NOT send unsolicited correspondence asking for money or sensitive personal information, and we’ll never threaten you. There will be a number of scams related to this, so please remember to Think Before You Click!