Identity Theft Protection

Identity theft is the unlawful use of another person's identification. A common method of identity theft is credit card or other financial institution fraud, including opening accounts and moving funds using false identities or stolen information about real account holders.

 


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Identity Theft Protection Information | Personal & Business

 

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Tax Scams and Protection Tips

With the holiday season now over, and millions of Americans getting their finances in order for their tax obligations, financial fraudsters are lying in wait and looking for an opportunity to commit tax fraud. Identifying and learning how to protect yourself from tax fraud requires one to be diligent and properly educated on the various tax scams. Below are examples of tax scams that have been trending the last few years and various ways to protect yourself.

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Protect Yourself from ID Theft 

Identity thieves exploit the personal information and identities of millions of Americans every year. Compromised personal and sensitive information can be used to commit fraud or other crimes that can cost you time, money and potentially destroy your credit. First Bank of Highland Park is committed to protecting the security of your personal and sensitive information. 

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CEO and Business Email Compromise (BEC) Fraud Awareness 

Identity thieves exploit the personal information and identities of millions of Americans every year. Compromised personal and sensitive information can be used to commit fraud or other crimes that can cost you time, money and potentially destroy your credit. First Bank of Highland Park is committed to protecting the security of your personal and sensitive information. 

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If you are a victim of identity theft, please use the following resources

Credit Reporting Companies

Federal Trade Commission

Internal Revenue Service (IRS)

Social Security Administration

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