Last week, we talked about a type of consumer fraud known as identity theft. We discovered how it can happen and what signs to be aware of. This week, we are going to focus on a second type of consumer fraud known as phishing.
Unassuming parties become victims of consumer fraud every day, all across the nation. Over the next few weeks, we will identify five of the most common types of consumer fraud, as well as discuss how they happen and what you can do to protect against them.
Banks are an American institution, dating back to our earliest history. Then and now, we need a place to keep our money and sensitive information private and protected. While many banks do a great job of this, sometimes, a bank might not be upholding its responsibility to consumers. When this happens, one may want to file a complaint against a bank.