Be Wary of Spoofing Calls that Seem to Come from Our Firm

Be Wary of Spoofing Calls that Seem to Come from Our Firm

08/14/2020 Tags: Announcements

Recently, a client received a robocall, asking for their Social Security number. The call seemed to come from one of our staffers but was fraudulent.

Rest assured that our information and data have not been compromised.

Please know we don’t use robocalls and would never try to confirm your personal info over the phone.

If you’re ever in doubt about any request for information that seems to come from us, call our office at 605-348-1930.

This was a common phone spoofing attack, but the bad guys are trying extra hard to take advantage of the current state of uncertainty. Please be vigilant!

For more information, the FCC created some comprehensive information to help you keep yourself safe.

You can also read our post about how to keep your information secure.

“Please know we don’t use robocalls and would never try to confirm your personal info over the phone. ”



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