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Rutter’s Payment Card Incident

We were recently made aware of a data breach with our local Rutter’s stores. We are diligently working to identify cardholders who may have been…

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National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

Since October 2004, National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM) has been observed in October to bring awareness to the cybersecurity resources that are available to consumers…

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Free Trials and Tribulations

As you browse online, you probably see offers to try out cool products or services for free. This can be tempting and, many times, it’s…

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Fraud Alerts & Scams

For the most up to date list of scam alerts from the FTC visit May 2020 – Fraud Alert: Paying Scammers with Gift Cards According…

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2017 Equifax Data Breach

Just when you think you are safe, the Equifax data breach happens. 143 million records were potentially compromised containing over 200,000 credit cards. Affected consumers…

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InterContinental Hotel Group Data Breach

The InterContinental Hotel Group (IHG) announced an extensive credit card breach this week that impacts nearly 5,000 hotels worldwide.  It was reported that malware was…

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Wendy’s: the Latest “Big Attack” Putting Your Good Credit at Risk

What was initially thought to be a mere 5% of Wendy’s fast-food locations hit by the criminal minds that put your good credit at risk,…

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Are Free Trials Really Free?

Many companies offer 30 day trials for consumers to test out a product or service without making a commitment. What consumers don’t realize is that…

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Keep Debit And Credit Cards Safe From Fraud

As technology is ever-changing, Debit and Credit Card processors steadily monitor accounts for fraudulent charges. At the same time criminals are constantly finding ways to…

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How To Keep Your Wallet Safe From Fraud

Finding fraud on your account can be scary, but there are ways to prevent your accounts from being hacked. Keep Track Of Your Transactions If…

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