Fraud protection center

1.Bookmark the Sites You Visit Most in your "Favorites" Get in the habit of bookmarking and using your "Favorites" to navigate to the websites you use to manage your financial transactions.This can help you to safeguard against phishing scams. 2.Secure Your Personal Information Keep your sensitive personal information such as bank, mortgage, and credit card statements, Social Security cards, and other documents and passwords, in a safe place (accessible to only you), both at home and at work. Shred these documents before discarding. Before disclosing any personal information, make sure you know why it is required and how it will be used. Do not give out your social security number to people or companies that you do not know. Be careful of over sharing personal information on social networks to avoid creating a trail of information that thieves can use. 3.Avoid Giving Out Personal Information Over the Phone Identity thieves often pose as a representative of a recognized organization and contact you to "verify" your account information. In particular, you should look out for this if you are not the one who initiated the phone call. If you are contacted by someone who claims to be from Mybpay App., you can always verify their legitimacy by instead calling the number on the back of your Card and entering your account number. If it's a legitimate call, youwill be routed to the appropriate department for assistance. 4.Carry Only The Information You Need Only bring the credit cards you need, and avoid carrying your Social Security card, birth certificate or passport, except when necessary.