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Anti Phishing

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Did you know that consumers lost $8.8 billion to phishing and other fraud in 2022?

Every day, thousands of people in the U.S. fall for fraudulent emails, texts, and calls from scammers pretending to be a bank. Victims of phishing attacks can lose hundreds, even thousands of dollars and the pandemic has only increased the threat. October 1st kicks off National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, Bank of the Orient is participating in the #BanksNeverAskThat campaign by American Banker Association (ABA). Be aware that your bank will never ask for certain information through phone, text messages or email.

'Pay Yourself' scam has been increasing in recent years. Here are some information to help you detect one:

Pay youself scam

Getting text messages related to a problem with your bank account?

5 Signs Text is a scam

These top 3 phishing scams are full of red flags:

 Phishing Scams

You've probably seen some of these scams before but that doesn't stop a scammer from trying.
Here are some Pro Tips:

Beware of Scare Tactics

Worried about phishing scams?

#BanksNeverAskThat is a new campaign that teaches you to spot them with one simple trick.
Watch videos below to level up your scam spotting ability.

What level of expertise are you with spotting scams?

Do you think you can spot red flags and recognize which questions your bank would never ask you? Find your scam score by taking the quiz at

  1. Go to
  2. Study up on cyber security tips and tricks
  3. Take the #BanksNeverAskThat quiz and outsmart scammers

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