IRS Impersonation Scams


Stay alert to scams that use the IRS as a lure.
 Tax scams can happen any time of year, not just at tax time.

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What You Need to Know About Utility Scams

Many basic necessities rely on utilities we take for granted. And that makes them perfect for a scammer to exploit. Like many other scams, utility scams occur when a scammer pretends to be someone they’re not. In this case, the scammer poses as a representative from your power or water company and threatens to turn off your services unless you send payment right away or provide some important personal information.

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Preventing Card Fraud: Freeze/Unfreeze Your Card in the Mobile App

Year after year, reports of debit and credit card fraud and associated financial losses continue to rise. As scammers become more skilled and sophisticated with their schemes, individuals need to enhance their digital security. So, how do you stay ahead of the game, you ask? Well, with the right knowledge and tools, of course. One powerful weapon is the ability to freeze or unfreeze your card using the Logix Mobile Banking app.

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Online Marketplace Scams

Whether you’re looking for a houseplant, a coffee table, or a new gaming console, online marketplaces can be great places to start. But be careful. Anonymous listings and virtual transactions are ripe for online marketplace scams, which can take a variety of forms.

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Can You Spot a Scam?

Scammers are always coming up with new ways to trick people, but no matter the scam, there are common trends you should be aware of to keep your money and personal information safe.

A scammer might call or text you, impersonating someone from Logix, a collection agency, or another person or company you would be inclined to trust. Common tactics include:

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