Protecting your personal information is our top priority. At 121 Financial, we monitor our internal and external systems around the clock—24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
We take a proactive approach and stop a security threat before it impacts you. Our Fraud Prevention department often detects fraudulent transactions before the activity can even be seen in your account. If we notice suspicious behavior on any of your accounts, we immediately alert you and work to resolve the situation.
Here are some tips to help you keep the scammers at bay:
We’ve put together this fraud prevention and security knowledgebase in order to help our members become aware of the latest fraud and scam tactics, discover red flags to be aware of, and learn how to take a proactive approach of your own in protecting your sensitive data.
Discover resources provided by 121 Financial that you can utilize to actively safeguard your accounts and financial information.
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Otherwise known as “Vishing”- a form of criminal phone fraud to convince a victim to handover access to private, personal, and financial information.
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Scams can spread with alarming speed across social media and are designed to trick people out of money and other very personal details.
A form of fraud where physical devices and specific technology is used in order to steal credit card, debit card, and other personal information.
Otherwise known as “SMShing”- is a form of criminal activity using social engineering techniques over text messages to acquire personal data.
Scams are especially common on the internet and in emails where criminals use techniques to steal your personal and financial information.
We will NEVER reach out to you by email, phone call, or text message to request that you verify any of your sensitive information. Even if the number looks genuine, this is often a sign of a “spoofed” call or a phone scam. If you receive a call like this, immediately hang up the phone and call our Contact Center at 904-723-6300.