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Consumer Alert

If you have received a call or email from someone claiming to be from the Federal Reserve regarding suspicious activity in a bank account, be aware that this is a scam. The Federal Reserve does not maintain funds or accounts for individuals, and it will not directly email or call you about any account activity. If you've been contacted as part of this scheme, please alert your financial institution immediately. If you believe you are a victim of this or another scam, contact your local law enforcement. Please see this FAQ from the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System for more detailed information. You may also review the Frauds and Scams section of the website for additional tips on recognizing and avoiding scams.


COVID-19 Scams  Did you know that you are eligible to receive an Economic Impact Payment (EIP) through the CARES Act even if you don't normally file taxes?  If  you haven't received a payment and are a non-filer, you have until midnight of November 21, 2020 to submit your information to receive one. See the COVID-19 section of frequently asked questions for more information.  






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