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P2P Payment Pitfalls: How to Avoid Payment App Scams

More than half of all Americans use P2P apps, but are they safe? Here’s how to spot some of the top payment app scams and avoid becoming a victim.
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Charity Scams

Criminals are increasingly taking advantage of Americans’ generosity, exploiting compassionate donors to line their own pockets. America ranks No. 1 in charitable giving on the World Giving Index, with U.S. charities receiving a record $471 billion in donations in 2020, according to the Giving USA Foundation.
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Can You Spot a Phishing Scam?

First National Bank and Trust has joined a nationwide effort to fight phishing. We aim to help our customers spot and avoid phishing scams.
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How to Recognize and Prevent Elder Financial Abuse

Elder financial abuse is a serious crime where scammers exploit their resources for material gain. But there are ways to prevent elder financial fraud.
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QR Code Safety: What To Know Before You Scan

Ever wonder what QR codes really are and whether they are safe to scan?  This guide will walk you through what QR codes are and how to safely use them.

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