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How to avoid scams while holiday shopping

It’s the season of holiday cheer, gathering with friends or family, and most likely, plenty of shopping. Whether you’re perusing at the local mall or from your phone while sitting at home, there’s always a chance that scammers could take a bit more money from you than you were planning to spend. The risk doesn’t mean you have to avoid …

OnPoint Community Credit Union releases updated eBook to help guard against evolving tactics in cybercrime

From ransomware-for-hire to smishing attacks, OnPoint provides guidance on protecting against the newest cybersecurity threats. PORTLAND, Ore., October 3, 2022 — OnPoint Community Credit Union released its 2022 “The OnPoint Guide to Personal Cybersecurity” eBook to help consumers and businesses protect themselves amidst a fast-evolving cybercrime landscape. In 2021, ransomware attacks doubled, and in the first half of 2022, malware …

How to Prevent Peer-to-Peer Payment Fraud

It has never been easier to transfer money quickly than with the current banking apps and peer-to-peer (P2P) payment platforms. The increased convenience has made it easier to order services, shop online, and support friends and family members from afar with little to no lag time. Still, there is always someone looking to snag your hard-earned money through fraud, a scam or a …

OnPoint Community Credit Union Employees Direct More Than $100,000 to Oregon and Southwest Washington Non-Profits

PORTLAND, Ore., September 20, 2022— As part of its sixth annual employee giving campaign, OnPoint Community Credit Union today announced a total of $100,218 directed to Big Brothers Big Sisters Columbia Northwest, Girls Build and Cascade AIDS Project. Each year, OnPoint provides every employee with $100 to split however they wish between three non-profits making a difference in the community. …

Vishing: How to Protect Yourself From Phone Fraud

Identity theft affects more than 14 million Americans annually, costing consumers over $1.7 billion. Unfortunately, there are several ways for criminals to obtain an individual’s private information. One such method is when a fraudster pretends to be an authority figure to trick someone into giving up their private information, which is called phishing. Essentially, they lay out some bait in …

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