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Many people are panic and anxiety-stricken by the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, and fraudsters and scammers are exploiting these fears to make a profit. While cyber-security may seem like a problem that should be on the back burner during these difficult times, people need to watch for, and not fall into, the deceiving traps set by these scammers. There are some red flags to look out for...
According to the United States Department of Justice, there are a handful of scams that have popped up on websites or social media platforms. People have reported receiving emails with fake awareness, prevention tips, and false information on cases in their own neighborhoods. The DOJ listed some of the most common scams you should watch out for to protect your privacy:
To protect the safety of you and your family, here are some helpful tips to avoid falling victim to these traps:
Rhinebeck Bank wants to make sure you have all the knowledge necessary to keep your information and privacy protected during these uncertain times.
For more information on cyber-security, please visit https://www.justice.gov/usao-wdpa/covid-19-fraud-page