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Be smart about your phone

You just bought the latest smartphone. You loaded all your favorite apps — online banking, GPS, even an app to track your health. 

But now your phone is full of information about you — how much money you have, where you are and whether you’ve gained a little weight. Your information can cause problems if it’s in the wrong hands. Want to protect it? These tips are for you.

Image of mobile phone

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Privacy & Identity

Be smart about your phone

You just bought the latest smartphone. You loaded all your favorite apps — online banking, GPS, even an app to track your health. 

But now your phone is full of information about you — how much money you have, where you are and whether you’ve gained a little weight. Your information can cause problems if it’s in the wrong hands. Want to protect it? These tips are for you.

Image of mobile phone

Blog Topics: 
Privacy & Identity

Be smart about your phone

You just bought the latest smartphone. You loaded all your favorite apps — online banking, GPS, even an app to track your health. 

But now your phone is full of information about you — how much money you have, where you are and whether you’ve gained a little weight. Your information can cause problems if it’s in the wrong hands. Want to protect it? These tips are for you.

Image of mobile phone

Blog Topics: 
Privacy & Identity

Be smart about your phone

You just bought the latest smartphone. You loaded all your favorite apps — online banking, GPS, even an app to track your health. 

But now your phone is full of information about you — how much money you have, where you are and whether you’ve gained a little weight. Your information can cause problems if it’s in the wrong hands. Want to protect it? These tips are for you.

Image of mobile phone

Blog Topics: 
Privacy & Identity

Be smart about your phone

You just bought the latest smartphone. You loaded all your favorite apps — online banking, GPS, even an app to track your health. 

But now your phone is full of information about you — how much money you have, where you are and whether you’ve gained a little weight. Your information can cause problems if it’s in the wrong hands. Want to protect it? These tips are for you.

Image of mobile phone

Blog Topics: 
Privacy & Identity

Be smart about your phone

You just bought the latest smartphone. You loaded all your favorite apps — online banking, GPS, even an app to track your health. 

But now your phone is full of information about you — how much money you have, where you are and whether you’ve gained a little weight. Your information can cause problems if it’s in the wrong hands. Want to protect it? These tips are for you.

Image of mobile phone

Blog Topics: 
Privacy & Identity

Be smart about your phone

You just bought the latest smartphone. You loaded all your favorite apps — online banking, GPS, even an app to track your health. 

But now your phone is full of information about you — how much money you have, where you are and whether you’ve gained a little weight. Your information can cause problems if it’s in the wrong hands. Want to protect it? These tips are for you.

Image of mobile phone

Blog Topics: 
Privacy & Identity

Be smart about your phone

You just bought the latest smartphone. You loaded all your favorite apps — online banking, GPS, even an app to track your health. 

But now your phone is full of information about you — how much money you have, where you are and whether you’ve gained a little weight. Your information can cause problems if it’s in the wrong hands. Want to protect it? These tips are for you.

Image of mobile phone

Blog Topics: 
Privacy & Identity

FTC: Telemarketing scam stole money from older consumers

How low can scammers go? As low as stealing from older consumers to line their own pockets. The FTC says some scammers claimed to be calling on behalf of the government to verify information for a new Medicare card or Medicare-related package. In fact, it was a ruse to get people’s bank account information to make unauthorized withdrawals from their accounts.

Blog Topics: 
Money & Credit

FTC: Telemarketing scam stole money from older consumers

How low can scammers go? As low as stealing from older consumers to line their own pockets. The FTC says some scammers claimed to be calling on behalf of the government to verify information for a new Medicare card or Medicare-related package. In fact, it was a ruse to get people’s bank account information to make unauthorized withdrawals from their accounts.

Blog Topics: 
Money & Credit

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