Don't be fooled into financial scams!
Over the past couple of decades, online dating has grown in popularity to become the widely-accepted norm. Many of today’s marriages blossom from relationships that started online. This shift in society’s way of meeting people leads us to be less cautious about meeting strangers online. This newfound comfort in talking to strangers leaves room for professional scammers and social engineers to make their way into your life, and eventually your bank account.
Scam of the Week: Exploiting the Coronavirus: Smishing Violation!
Social media offers cybercriminals ample opportunities
to social engineer or manipulate people to their nefarious advantage. Many do not consider how much personal information is available online and waiting to be used against you.
Scam of the Week - Exploiting the Coronavirus: Fear of Infection
At Security Federal, we take the safety of our staff and customers very seriously.
Effective Monday, March 23, our six branch lobbies will be closed. Drive-thru lanes and ATMs are open.
We are monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation closely and we are taking internal precautions to keep our staff healthy & our customers protected.
CLICK HERE to view the full update from Security Federal Savings Bank.
❗️❗️❗️Security Federal would like to inform all customers that we have encountered multiple counterfeit official checks. Be on the alert. 2/26/2020
Helpful tips to prevent fraud:
RESOLVED: Issues with Safari browser version 13.0.4
We are pleased to share that the issue subscribers encountered when trying to log in to their bill pay accounts using Safari browser version 13.0.4 has been resolved.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has launched its “Identity Theft Central” webpage to provide 24/7 access to online information regarding tax-related identity theft and data security protection. Tax-related identity theft occurs when someone steals personal information to commit tax fraud.