Most people now believe that financial institutions are the authority capable of protecting them from fraud. While at the same time financial institutions are often frustrated by the effort it takes to continually educate about fraud safety.
The annual costs for our service pays for itself by helping as few as eight people to avoid becoming victimized by Imposter Fraud, Identity Theft, Check Fraud, Online Fraud, or Telephone and Mobile Scams.
Today, there are tools you can use to better secure your identity, device and data. Even with all this advanced technology, Americans lost $667 million to imposter scams alone in 2019.
Most consumers now believe that only financial institutions are capable of protecting them from fraud. With over 6.5 billion fraud attacks per year, consumer awareness remains the only effective measure to prevent imposter and other social engineering scams.
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Where people are at risk:
Nobody wants to get scammed.
Your customers & members have questions about ID theft, data breaches, scams, and hacking. We offer an easy way for you to turn the problem of fraud into an outreach opportunity.
Woman: Majority of women feel falling victim to fraud is 'inevitable'.
Seniors: Seniors citizens risk loss of savings.
Millennials: Young people aged 18-25 are easier targets for online fraud and are at risk of credit related problems due to identity theft.
93% believe their online actions can protect friends and family.
96% said they want to learn more about keeping safer online.
48% feel their actions to stay safe can have a positive impact.
90% feel a personal responsibility to be safer online.