Wire Fraud Information Center
The stories regarding hacked email accounts, forged wire instructions, cyber fraud and other risks continue to be reported at an alarming rate. According to the FBI, attempts to steal your customers’ data were up 480% in 2016. These fraud schemes are becoming rampant and everyday these criminals become more and more sophisticated. By engaging in routine, seemingly harmless communication, criminals bait users into giving their personal information or clicking a link that allows hackers to steal log-in information and passwords. Typically, a method called phishing in the form of email messages, website forms or phone calls is used to fraudulently collect personal information. When this personal information is obtained, the target is set and often times is used in attempts to gain access to wiring of funds. Don't become a victim of wire fraud! Education is key to prevention. This page's purpose is to give you the knowledge and tools needed to recognize wire fraud attempts.
Wire Fraud News
December 21, 2023First American Financial Corporation has experienced a cybersecurity incident and as a result, has taken many of their systems offline. Official updates from First
At Clear Title Agency of Arizona we have not been impacted by the recent cyber attack on Fidelity National Financial (FNF). Our technology and team are
ALTA CEO Diane Tomb weighs in | January 4, 2023, 6:22 am By Tannistha Sinha (Housingwire.com) How title companies are combating wire fraud Cyberattacks, particularly wire fraud through
By Caroline Biggs | Jan. 3, 2020 | The New York Times The F.B.I. says real estate transactions are a growing target of wire fraud. Here are