Kennesaw, GA – March 11, 2022 – Credit Union of Georgia promoted consumer education during National Consumer Protect Week, March 6 – 12, 2022. NCPW is a national campaign to help people understand their consumer rights and avoid frauds and scams. The threats facing consumers increases year by year, and although we can’t stop all scammers, we can help our members stop being scammed.
Credit Union of Georgia posted tips during the week of March 6 – 12, 2022 to teach consumers how they stay protected. These tips and tools were posted on the Credit Unions social media platforms – including Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
• Gift Card Scams
• IRS Imposter Scams
• College Students and Cryptocurrency Scams
• Financial Caregiving
• Four Signs That It’s a Scam
Facebook, Instagram, Twitter: @CUofGA
“Credit Union of Georgia wants to ensure all of our members have the knowledge they need to stay protected!” said Brian Albrecht, President/CEO of Credit Union of Georgia. “We strive to make sure that our members are financially educated, especially when it comes to Consumer Protection, so that they can make well-informed decisions about money and their overall finances.”
The FTC’s Bureau of Consumer Protection protects people from scams, identity theft, and other unfair, deceptive, and fraudulent business practices. Report scams, fraud and bad business practices online at ReportFraud.ftc.gov.
To learn more about Credit Union of Georgia visit www.CUofGA.org.