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Potential QR Code Scams

QR Code – Friend or Foe?

After the Pandemic, QR codes became widely used by restaurants and businesses to avoid menu sharing and for quick paying options by merchants.  Today, QR codes have become a scammers new interest, as they are able to overlay a fraudulent QR code over the original to redirect a consumer to a malicious website posing as legitimate one.  Here the fraudster or scammer will ask for payment and personal information from a consumer.  Although fraudulent QR codes can be hard to detect, FRMCU would like to remind you that QR codes will never be used or sent to a member to ask for their personal login information, ATM or Debit card numbers or any sensitive information. For more information visit:

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