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Tech support scams are when scammers trick you into utilizing unnecessary tech support services to supposedly fix device or software problems that don't exist.

There has been a recent uptick in financial elder abuse cases in Southeast Wisconsin. These are difficult cases to solve, and it's often tough to identify the crooks, or retrieve the funds.

Scammers use email or text messages to trick you into giving them your personal information. But there are several things you can do to protect yourself.

Sometimes you might get offers for credit cards or insurance that say you've been prescreened or prequalified. You get these offers because of information in your credit report.

CSB is pleased to announce the promotion of following CSB employees: Katie Stolp, Julie Schrader, Caitlyn Eulgen, Nicholas Dawley, and Robert Pieroni.

Fake checks come in many forms. They might look like business or personal checks, cashier’s checks, money orders, or a check delivered electronically. Here’s what you need to know about fake check…

Scammers who gain access to consumers' personal information – by mining social media or purchasing data from cyber thieves – are creating storylines to prey on the fears of grandparents.

Consumer fraud has been on the rise amid the COVID-19 pandemic. In particular, there have been schemes detected related to unemployment fraud.