When in doubt – Call it out!

Welcome to Richwood Bank's Fraud Resources Hub—a dedicated space designed to keep you informed and empowered in the fight against scams and fraudulent activities. Our goal is simple: to equip you with the knowledge and tools necessary to safeguard yourself against potential threats.

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Protect our Elders

Seniors are targeted and hardest hit with criminals. Learn more about their schemes to prevent them.

Banks Never Ask That!

Criminals pretend to be your bank to gain knowledge of your accounts. Here's a list of things we won't ask you.

Amazon Scam Alert

Richwood Bank Customers have been getting more and more of these - be vigilant, here's how

Learn to spot counterfeit money

The U.S. Currency Education Program has lots of helpful resources to help consumers and business owners identify counterfeit money.

Pass it on. Consumer Advice.

Chances are someone you know has been scammed. Be in the know and share what you know. Here are ways you can help stop scammers.

Please Don’t Click on it…

Phishing or fake links to gain access to all of your computer information. Please read these tips to pause, challenge it and resist the click.

The Growing Statistics of Cyber Crime

Curious about the reported fraud in the US? Here's information about the impact.

Report Scams

We created sketchy@richwoodbank.com so our customers can be active participants in the fight against fraud. If you receive an email, text, or phone call that you think is a scam, share it with us!

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