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Tag: Consumers

Article March 6, 2020
Once scammers get a victim’s money, they’re far from done. They often need to move the money—and they’re not going to do it themselves. That’s where they employ the help of others—some knowingly, but many not: money mules.
Article January 6, 2020
Too many Americans have too little saved. But you can help turn things around during 2020's America Saves Week and Nacha has materials to help.
Article August 25, 2019
Thanks to Direct Deposit through the ACH Network, 93% of American workers can count on their hard-earned dollars being accessible in their bank accounts every single payday morning.
Article November 21, 2017
Fraud & Phishing Resources Area: Educate & Protect Yourself from Cyber Fraud

If you receive a suspicious email, please forward it to abuse@nacha.org.
Article April 12, 2017

Nacha Announces 2016 Largest Originators & Receivers of ACH Payments

HERNDON, Va., April 13, 2017 – Following four consecutive quarters of more than 5 billion electronic payments in each quarter – a first for the ACH Network - overall volume in 2016 amounted to 25.6 billion transact

Article June 10, 2013

In early 2012, Nacha joined with Microsoft Corporation, the Financial Services – Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC) and others to plan and execute coordinated action to disrupt some of the most notorious cybercrime operations responsible for fueling online fraud and identity theft.

Article February 27, 2013



Nacha Celebrates America Saves Week by Encouraging Employees to Save Automatically with Split Deposit

Article April 1, 2012

In an effort to help reduce potential future fraud and retain confidence in electronic payments systems, Nacha joined with Microsoft Corporation, the Financial Services – Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC), the American Bankers Association (ABA), Kyrus Tech, Inc., and financial ins

Article February 9, 2012



Study Finds Significant Number of Consumers Who Have Switched to Electronic Billing and Payments Still Receive Paper Statements