Play some #FTCScamBingo with us & check off the scammers you spotted, along with the steps you took to stop them. Scams related to the Coronavirus are growing! Share with us on social media what you’ve encountered, spread #Fraud #Awareness. #HCFCUcares #FraudTeam

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save the image & mark your spots to complete a bingo

HCFCU members, take the above blank image and submit to us your Bingo card for a chance at assorted prizes. You can send your copy to us via social media by tagging us in your social posting @HarrisCountyFCU or email it to fraud@hcfcu.com.

Terms & Conditions

Entry Period (2 Games): 1st Entry Period, begins July 3rd ends July 9th at 5:00 PM CST; A winner will be contacted via phone or email on or before, July 13, 2020. The 2nd Entry Period begins July 10th ends July 16th; A winner will be contacted via phone or email on or before, July 17, 2020.

Method of Entry: Email your completed bingo card to fraud@hcfcu.com by last game day or submit on social media by tagging us & using hashtag #HCFCUbingo (account must be public or does not show up for us to review).

Qualified Entry & Winner: The first five completed entries submitted before the entry period deadline(s) will qualify for drawing; a completed bingo card must include: A bingo line of 5 squares in any direction with a screenshot or brief description of qualification markers. Please be careful not to include any account or personally identifiable information in your entry.

Method of Prize Delivery: Ten total winners, 5 each week, will receive one $10 E-gift card each,

that will be emailed to the winners. Rhonda or Diana will contact the winner via email or phone call.

Example media of a marked image working on a bingo.

Let’s Fight Fraud Together

We want to work together and help warn others to avoid scams like these. Even if you don’t play bingo, please report scams to the Federal Trade Commission at ftc.gov/complaint.

Some scammers are promising that you can refinance your mortgage or get student loan debt forgiveness – for a fee, of course. You might spot phishing scams, where scammers try to get your Social Security number (SSN) or financial info – maybe to guarantee you access to a COVID-19 vaccine (remember: there’s still no vaccine, so definitely no access).

Re: Federal Trade Commission Scam Bingo