Criminals are attempting to exploit the coronavirus stimulus package recently passed by the government to steal your information or gain access to your accounts. Please be aware that government agencies are not sending official stimulus/relief information via text/SMS or email.
Beware of social media posts, emails, phone calls, and/or text messages offering money or claiming you need to respond to claim your government stimulus check. Criminals may impersonate government agencies using spoofed email addresses, caller ID, or lookalike email domains in order to lend an air of legitimacy for their communications.
If you are seeking information about the stimulus/relief program, you should contact the appropriate government agency via its website for guidance and follow the protocol published by that agency's website.
If you believe you have provided your account or personal identifying information in response to this type of scam, you should immediately contact your local branch or call customer service at 1-800-670-3110.