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Here’s what you need to know (and do) to stay as safe as possible

How to protect your eFundHub.com LLC account and identiy

What you need to know:

  • Client security is our top priority, and every partner and colleague is held to strict privacy and information security rules
  • Our global information system monitors 24/7 for potential threatsWe’ll never ask you to send us personal information such as an card PIN, Social Security or Tax ID over text or email. If you do receive a request like this or any other suspicious phishing email, please forward it to us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. We will only reply to your message if we require additional information.

How to protect your privacy 

  • Our privacy notices explain how we collect, use and share information. You can manage marketing and limit certain information by updating your individual eFundHub.com LLC privacy choices.
  • Review the U.S. Online Privacy Notice and the U.S. Consumer Privacy Notice

How you can protect your identity

What you nedd to know:

  • Identity theft occurs when someone uses your personal information to commit fraudulent acts
  • Common signs of identity theft include:
  • Unauthorized withdrawals from your bank account
  • Bills for unfamiliar debt or failure to receive bills
  • Suspicious charges on your bank account
  • New bank accounts or loans you didn’t apply for
  • Being denied credit unexpectedly
  • The IRS notifying you that more than 1 tax return was filed in your name, or that you have income from an employer you don't work for

What you need to do:

  • Review your bank statements for unusual transactions or suspicious charges
  • Be sure to keep your contact information (especially your cell phone number and email address) current.
  • Review our fraud prevention checklist for steps you can take to help establish a strong defense against fraud
  • Learn more about online security and privacy
  • Make the default ID for your internet router unique to you; change the password to make it more difficult for hackers to access your network

How you can help protect your computer

What you need to know:

Taking proper precautions helps to make sure your personal and financial information — as well as your identity — remains safe.

What you need to do:

  • Use a strong, unique password for each of your accounts. Memorize them and use multi-factor authentication where available. Learn more about creating strong passwords
  • Only download software or applications from well-known or reputable sources, such as Samsung, Apple, Google Play or Microsoft. Check the logos, developer names and reviews to spot fake applications. Scammers count on users being too busy to see differences that can make fake software easier to spot.
  • Install any operating system and software updates (sometimes called patches or service packs)
  • Turn off Wi-Fi and Bluetooth services when you're not using them, and avoid using public Wi-Fi for financial transactions unless you use a secure, private connection, like VPN software.
  • Back up your data regularly. If you use online or cloud storage, be sure you understand your provider's privacy and security policies and keep your access codes safe.
  • Use the administrator log in on your home computer only for creating new users and installing software. If you use administrator accounts when browsing the internet, banking or reading email, the risk of malicious code entering your computer without detection is much greater. Create standard user accounts for yourself and everyone in your family to limit your exposure.
  • Review our fraud prevention checklist for steps you can take to help establish a strong defense against fraud

How you can help protect your smartphone

What you need to do:

  • Be sure to keep your contact information (especially your cell number and email address) current
  • Set a security code/PIN or fingerprint sign-in and enable remote wipe and find my phone features to make sure you're covered if your phone is lost
  • Only download software or applications from well-known or trusted sources–and never click a link from an unknown source or sender
  • Install system and software updates (sometimes called patches or service packs)
  • Turn off Wi-Fi and Bluetooth services when you’re not using them, and avoid using public Wi-Fi for financial transactions unless you use a secure, private connection, like VPN software.
  • Never root or jailbreak your own mobile device to gain access to unofficial applications. This practice may lead to security vulnerabilities and the inability to apply future software updates from the vendor.
  • Review our fraud prevention checklist for more helpful steps

How you can identify and avoid scams

What you need to know:

  • We work hard to ensure that any eFundHub.com LLC content you’re receiving is really from eFundHub.com LLC
  • We’ll never ask you to send us personal information such as an account number, card PIN or Social Security or Tax ID over text or email. If you do receive a request like this or any other suspicious phishing email, please forward it to us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. We will only reply to your message if we require additional information.

What you need to do:

  • If you receive a suspicious call, text or email from someone claiming to be from eFundHub.com LLC, do not respond, click links or open attachments. If this has happened to you, contact us right away at 239.810.7941.
  • Learn how to spot email scams and how to help protect yourself from tax scams. If you have older family members or friends, learn how to spot and help prevent elder abuse.

Help protect yourself and your loved ones from elder and at-risk person fraud by learning how to spot signs of elder financial abuse

How you can help protect your business

What you need to know:

  • There’s a growing type of fraud called business email compromise. Learn about business email compromise on the FBI website
  • Business identity fraud has become surprisingly common because of the easy accessibility of business information, including website data, company name and staff rosters

What you need to do:

  • Minimize the risks by using your work computer for business, checking your domain name regularly and reviewing your business credit report Know your customers’ habits, including their payment amounts, reasons and details. Look out for any significant changes to those habits – they might signal a fraud issue.
  • Ensure all business data is securely and regularly backed up. Test the recovery function of your backup procedures regularly to make sure your data is always retrievable.
  • Develop a plan for cybersecurity and fraud disaster recovery. For more fraud prevention best practices for small businesses, check out Federal Trade Commission (FTC).
  • Engage a trusted advisor to review your security controls and policies on at least an annual basis