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Fraud Protection Center

Fraud Alert October 21, 2020 – Credit Card & Zelle® Scam. Click here to learn more.

Protecting Yourself and Loved-ones from Fraud

The internet, computers and our reliance on technology has opened a world of opportunity for criminals to steal your identity and money from your bank accounts. That is why we have established this web page. To provide the resources our customers need to be better informed about how criminals steal and how our customers can guard against criminal activity.

New information will be added on a regular basis, so please stop back to stay informed. And, be sure to share this information with everyone you know to help them avoid potential loss from criminal actions resulting in loss from their accounts. Together we can make a difference. We hope you find this information helpful.

Lisa Lopez
Senior Vice President of Deposit Operations
Marquette Savings Bank

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Current Scams and What to do

Want to stay informed on the current scams? Marquette frequently updates this page on a regular basis so you have up-to-date information on local and national scams – so please stop back to stay informed. And, be sure to share this information with everyone you know to help them avoid potential loss from criminal actions resulting in loss from their accounts. Together we can make a difference. We hope you find this information helpful.

Current Scams

Receiving Money from the Government?

In an article titled, "More Money from the Government?" by Jennifer Leach from the Federal Trade Commission, she explains the importance of being cautious with this new round of stimulus money. She identifies three key factors on how to spot a scammer, and re-enforces what the Government won't be asking you, and what scammers may try asking or getting out of you. Click the below link to read the full article. 

Click here to read the article

Marquette's Your Money Counts Podcast

People are victimized for all types of fraudulent scams every day, and unfortunately, they don’t realize what's happened until it’s too late. In these next few Fraud episodes of Marquette's Your Money Counts podcast, we’re going to be talking about Fraud, different types of scams, and how you can protect yourself from falling victim to a scam. Click the below link to listen to this weeks episode! 

Your Money Counts

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