It’s easy to make fraud and identity theft prevention part of your everyday life. Here are some ways to protect yourself from becoming a victim.
Email and Website Fraud
Email has become an appealing way for criminals to obtain personal information about you. Fraudulent emails may ask for you to go to a phony Web site and give personal information about yourself. Learn what to look for and how to avoid being tricked by a fraudulent email or Web site.
Fraud and Identity Theft Scams
Criminals constantly try to think of new ways to fool consumers into revealing personal information. Stay informed of the latest scams so that you don't become the next victim.
How can I minimize the risk of fraud?
Many people each year are victims of fraud. We have some tips to help minimize the risk of it happening to you.
What should I do if I become a victim of fraud?
In the unfortunate event you should become a victim of fraud, learn about the immediate steps you should take to protect your personal and financial interests.
Reporting Fraud and Identity Theft
If your name, account number or any form of personal identification is used in a fraudulent scheme or transaction, find out whom you should contact.
How We Protect Customers
First Piedmont has many layers of protection to help keep you safe from fraud and identity theft, including account protection service, fraud monitoring technology and consumer education and awareness.