ABA this week joined the Credit Union National Association and other trade associations in submitting a reply comment that reiterated their previous request that the Federal Communications Commission require voice service providers to implement a caller ID authentication solution over non-IP networks.
The American Bankers Association and five financial and health care industry associations last week expressed support for a Federal Trade Commission proposal to prohibit the impersonation of government, businesses and their officials.
The American Bankers Association Foundation and the FBI today released a new infographic offering consumers tips to avoid online shopping scams this holiday season.
Consumers under 60 years old most often said scams originated from posts on social media.
With the holidays in full swing, the American Bankers Association and member banks across the country are stepping up efforts to educate consumers on the threat of scams and how to protect themselves this holiday shopping season.
Grandparent scams are a particularly pernicious fraud, one that preys on seniors’ love, care and concern for their family members. How can banks recognize these scams and work with law enforcement to protect clients?
The American Bankers Association Foundation today released a new infographic providing consumers with information on the prevalence of student loan debt forgiveness scams and red flags they can look out for to avoid falling victim.
Since its launch at ABA’s Annual Convention this week, ABA’s revamped #BanksNeverAskThat campaign website, banksneveraskthat.com, has received more than 61,000 page views.
The rate of elder financial exploitation across the globe has more than doubled since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, with that count likely an underestimate as only one in 44 older adult victims report to the authorities that they have been targeted, according to a new report by AARP.
ABA today joined three financial trade associations in pushing back against a report issued by Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) examining fraud related to instant payments sent via the Zelle network.