Webinar: How to Recognize and Stop Financial Fraudsters

Wednesday, June 26, 2024
01:00 PM - 02:00 PM

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In today's digital age, the internet has become an invaluable resource for businesses and financial institutions, offering convenience and efficiency. However, with these advancements, a new breed of criminal has emerged: the cyber thief.  Learn how to safeguard your authority’s online financial security through education and proactive measures.

Can you differentiate these common schemes from legitimate transactions?

Suspect #1: Supplier impersonation - Here's how it unfolds: One of your suppliers contacts the accounts payable department, claiming that their bank information and payment remittance have changed...

Suspect #2: Email impersonation - This is how it plays out: You receive an email that appears genuine, seemingly originating from a credible source...

Suspect #3: Counterfeit checks - You might be familiar with this scheme. Fraudsters steal account information to duplicate checks or intercept checks sent through the US Mail...

Suspect #4: Fraudulent deposits and inbound wires - Gaining popularity, this scheme warrants  vigilant attention. Your authority receives an incoming wire from an unknown third party...

John Callahan from M&T Bank Fraud Division will delve into these suspects and provide practical strategies to prevent them from wreaking havoc on your authority. Real-life examples will be shared, enabling you to catch these suspects red-handed.

John Callahan
M&T Bank

Members:  $45
Non-Members:  $75