Frequently Asked Questions

I think I’m a victim of a scam. What do I do?

The first step is to determine what, if any, information has been compromised. Many attempts are made to obtain personal information, but not all attempts are successful. Notify us at once if any of your personal information or account information with us has been compromised, or if you are concerned about the safety of your information, so we may take precautionary measures. Depending on the circumstances surrounding the scam, you may wish to contact the Federal Trade Commission at: http://www.consumer.ftc.gov/ or the Attorney General at: http://www.coloradoattorneygeneral.gov/. You may also file a police report with your local police department regarding the situation. The above listed websites are also useful tools to stay aware of current scams.

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