To help members stay vigilant, here are some of the latest fraud, identity theft, and other scams we want you to watch out for.
If you filed an unemployment claim in Washington State between January 1, 2020, and December 10, 2020, here are steps you can take.
If you’re using WiFi while working from home, VPNs can provide a layer of security that wireless internet cannot.
Learn how to avoid bad actors pretending to be COVID contact tracers and law enforcement representatives.
The SW Washington COVID Response Fund and the All in WA campaign have made huge impacts. Here’s how you can get involved.
The health of our staff couldn’t be more important. That’s why we’re making sure our employees are staying safe in style.
The U. S. Small Business Administration warns loan applicants to beware of email phishing scams. Learn how to stay safe.
As more people download mobile banking apps, the FBI has seen an increase in malware looking to steal personal financial information.
Hackers are dusting off older malware, retooling it, and then deploying it with a vengeance for virus-related scams.
Columbia Credit Union has joined the All In WA campaign, giving $100,000 for local COVID relief and sparking matching donations.