Holiday Fraud Prevention Shopping List
Bad actors want to fill their stockings with your cash. A national credit union group offers ways to keep your accounts and identity safe as the Christmas shopping season ends. Get your holiday fraud prevention checklist – and check it twice!
Holiday Shopping Scams Start Now
Black Friday and Cyber Monday usher in the gift-giving time of good cheer, but the FBI warns that holiday scams are waiting to help separate you from your money before gifts are put under the tree. The most prevalent of these holiday scams are non-delivery and non-payment crimes.
Three Programs That Protect Your Passwords
Password managers are programs that store and encrypt your passwords. With a password manager, you have to remember only one password to log in to all of the websites you use. Read more to learn about three of the most reliable, user-friendly options.
Avoid Elder Financial Exploitation
Individuals over the age of 50 control 70% of the country’s wealth, and seniors between the ages of 65 and 74, with an average net worth of $1.06 million, have more assets than any other age group. Dementia, disability, and decline can make it even easier for criminals.
Travel Hacks to Keep You Out of Harm’s Way
Traveling to new cities and countries is fun and exciting. To make sure you have a great time and only create happy memories of your adventure, keep these travel hacks in mind.