By Doug Segrest
Congress moved quickly to help the American public with a $2 trillion stimulus bill.
Unfortunately, fraud experts believe scammers will move just as quickly to try to take away your share. The key is to arm yourself with information.
“No doubt, there will be fake messages that will make countless claims,” said Don White, head of Corporate Security at Regions Bank. “Scammers may text, email or call you, asking for your banking information or claiming they can process your stimulus payment for you. Don’t take the bait. Do not, under any circumstance, give away your personal information via text, email or phone to someone you do not know who is soliciting you.”
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