Some banks are reporting that their customers are receiving calls saying their cards have been breached. Then, they are asked for their identifying information or given a number to call back. We do call our customers if your card has been breached, but we will NOT ask for your information since we are the ones’ that made that call and have your information on file. Please do NOT give any information over the phone. If you have any questions or concerns please give us a call at 606-528-2000 or 1-877-526-9555. Thank you.
Have you heard about an elderly neighbor or relative losing thousands of dollars to a scammer pretending to be a distraught grandchild? Or has anyone you know ever lost money because they were contacted by a debt collector who didn’t actually have any record of their debt?
These situations happen all too frequently, and it’s only a matter of time before a scammer is on the other end of your phone or email. But there are resources to help.
Protect yourself from scams
Losing money or property to scams and fraud can be devastating. Check out our resources to help you prevent, recognize, and report scams and fraud.
- Learn about common types of scams
- Understand the classic warning signs of fraud and scams, including debt collection scams
- Prepare yourself for an increase in charity scams around the holidays
Older Americans are particularly vulnerable. We have resources on protecting older adults from fraud and financial exploitation.