Learn how to protect yourself from scams.

Unfortunately, fraud is on the rise, with criminals coming for both individuals and businesses. According to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), Americans reported 2.8 million fraud cases in 2022, with individual victims losing an average of $550.

Fraud is an emotional crime as much as a financial one. Many people feel embarrassed that scammers tricked them, but fraud can affect anyone. Learn more about warning signs to be on the lookout for to protect yourself and your family.

By accessing this link, you will be leaving FSU Credit Union's website. Our website contains links to third-party sites not controlled or operated by FSU Credit Union. These links are provided solely for your information and convenience. FSU Credit Union does not endorse linked websites, the views they express, or the products/services they offer. FSU Credit Union bears no responsibility for and makes no representations or warranties regarding the accuracy, legality, security, or content of the linked third-party site or for that of any subsequent links. By continuing, you will be subject to the privacy/security policies and terms of use of the third-party site, which may differ from those of FSU Credit Union. FSU Credit Union cannot guarantee the accessibility of content or features on any third-party websites that are navigable from