Digital money movement channels continue to be targeted by scammers. Emails impersonating well-known companies, including government agencies, may request payment through a Wire Transfer or by sending money with Zelle®.
Using these methods allows money to be sent quickly, and the funds are often difficult to recover. Pay particular attention to any communications or money transfer requests from government agencies regarding recent events in the financial industry.
You should never wire or send money using digital money channels to:
— Anyone claiming to be from a government agency
— Anyone asking you to send money to yourself
— Anyone claiming your account is compromised
— A telemarketer trying to sell you something
— Any stranger, no matter what reason they give
— Unauthorized, unverified cryptocurrency sites or salespeople
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