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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 believe you've been a victim of this or another scam, please contact your local law enforcement. Also visit the Identity Theft/Frauds and Scams page for more information on 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 October 15, 2020 to submit your information to receive one. See the COVID-19 section of frequently asked questions for more information.  






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