Keeping tabs on the latest fraud techniques is a powerful way to help thwart cyber-crooks. KeyBank monitors current security alerts to equip you with the knowledge you need to help protect yourself across all your online activity.
Our last five Security Alerts are listed below.
11/2015 - Reports indicate that some individuals have received fraudulent emails from parties claiming to be from Key asking them to open an attached loan document.Details
9/2015 - Be aware of email account compromise scams that are responsible for recent consumer losses of nearly $700,000 resulting from their inboxes being hijacked by cyber thieves.Details
3/2015 - Please be aware of fraudulent loan offers sent via facsimile.Details
1/2015 - Be aware of a new round of phishing emails that claim to be from Key asking for account information in a variety of sneaky ways.Details
1/2015 - With tax season underway, the IRS urges taxpayers to be aware that tax-related scams using the IRS name may proliferate during this time of year.Details
10/2014 - Be aware of a dangerous new phishing scam that claims to be from KeyBank asking for your account information. The clever disguise is that they claim to be investigating an email phishing scam!Details
The information and recommendations contained here have been compiled from sources believed to be reliable and represent the best current opinion on the subject. No warranty, express or implied by KeyBank, is made as to the absolute correctness or sufficiency of the information contained. This is meant as general information only; particular situations may require additional actions.
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