Guess what? There’s a new fraud trend in town, and USA Today got the scoop with help from IDentity Theft 911′s experts.
The bad guys are conning financial advisers into wiring cash out of their clients’ online investment accounts. And it’s all done by email. Investors routinely rely on email authorization for financial transactions, and email is an insecure form of communication. Check out which features IDentity Theft 911 Chairman Adam Levin.