Fraud Alert – please be aware of emails that appear to come from AISD regarding a ‘Support Program providing $3000 in COVID-19 pandemic assistance,’ IT IS FAKE! These emails ask you to click on a link to fill out a form with all your personal and financial information. If you have responded to the email and shared any account information, please contact our Member Information Center at 677-2274.
The IRS is about to start issuing Child Tax Credit money, so of course the scent of government money draws scammers like flies. If you're eligible for the CTC, you don't have to do anything to get it. However, the IRS will have two online portals to update your personal information or income, and of course that's one of the ways the scammers will come after you. Continue reading →
This year is an absolute bonanza for scam artists, with tax filing season happening while stimulus checks are flowing out to almost every American. There’s so much government paper flying around that it’s easy for them to snare a few (or a few thousand) unwary victims. Don’t be one! Continue reading →
If you’ve decided it’s time to welcome a new puppy or kitten into your home, you could fall victim to a pet scam. These usually happen online, where low prices will hide extra “fees” and expenses that will drive the price up, and the pet may not even exist. Continue reading →