Be Smart and Avoid Scams
In the modern age of digital banking, trading, and asset management, a number of phishing scams and other more sophisticated conventions have appeared. If you ever receive a notice that you think is official, but asks for personal or account identifying details, check and ensure it is from a trusted sender. If you are unsure about the nature or origin of the message, contact us at email@example.com.
If you fall victim to a social engineering scam, ensure you document every bit of evidence and action taken, which will help with any formal investigation to determine the scope and potentially lead to identifying a suspected malicious party.
Social engineering scams can be defined this way: "Social engineering is a manipulation technique that exploits human error to gain private information, access, or valuables. In cybercrime, these “human hacking” scams tend to lure unsuspecting users into exposing data, spreading malware infections, or giving access to restricted systems." Source: https://usa.kaspersky.com/resource-center/definitions/what-is-social-engineering