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How to Protect Yourself Against Financial Scams and Fraud

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Part of protecting your finances means managing your accounts, both online and offline. Today we’ll share how you can protect yourself against fraud and scams!

Keeping an Eye Out for Scams and Fraud

Being on top of your accounts is an absolute necessity if you want to protect your finances.

Between the scams, fraud, and data breaches that are out, there are plenty of opportunities for people to get access to your accounts.

And while we can't fix things in an instant, there they are some things you can do to protect your finances and yourselves. 

Joe Mecca from Coastal Federal Credit Union is back to wrap up this two-parter.

In this episode we get into:

We have a lot to cover, so let’s get started!

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Resources to Protect Your Identity and Finances

If you’ve had your wallet or purse stolen or lost, here are some resources we mentioned in the episode as well as some other handy articles to check out:

For freezing your accounts or putting an alert you need to contact the credit bureaus.

Key Takeaways on Dealing with Scams

Before we close up I want to focus on some key takeaways I got from my discussion with Joe.

There’s so much more we can cover, but if you want to talk about your experience and share some key tips that helped you, please join us over at Thriving Families on Facebook.

It’s a free, private, and positive community where we help one another out. We'd love to see you there!

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Music Credit

Like the music in this episode? Our theme song is by Gentle Regime. Additional music by Lee Rosevere.

This episode was originally released in November 2018. Show notes have been updated in May 2021.

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