Security alerts increase awareness of fraudulent activities you may encounter to equip you with the knowledge needed to help protect your accounts.
Our last five Security Alerts are listed below.
02/2017 - Instances of fraud in the form of email and telephone phishing, and SMiShing (text phishing) scams have been reported recently. All KeyBank and former First Niagara clients should be aware of the types of phishing scams that may be perpetuated during this time to help avoid becoming a victim.Details
08/2016 - The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has released an alert on scams that cite the recent flood disaster in Louisiana.Details
06/2016 - Reports indicate that Key clients and consumers are receiving suspicious text messages (a.k.a. SMiShing) claiming to be from Key asking for personal information to unlock their accounts.Details
04/2016 - The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has released an alert on a new twist to the tech-support themed telephone scams.Details
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
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