Simple on Social Media

Simple on Social Media

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You can find us sharing insights, stories, and Simple news on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Pinterest.

But don’t follow just any old Simple social media account out there. Unfortunately fake accounts are sometimes created by malicious sources for phishing or scamming purposes. Your security is a top priority so we do our best to get these fake accounts taken down as fast as they show up, but we also want to make sure you are aware of who you can follow safely

You can follow Simple’s official accounts on social media at:

Quick tip

Remember to look for the blue check on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram—that’s how you know it’s real!


We will never ask you for any account information—including emails, passwords, account numbers, debit numbers, or social security numbers—over social media. If we need more information to help you with a problem, we’ll send you a support message through the app or request a phone call! If you ever get a message from Simple asking you for these details or changes, do not take action - just hit “delete” and move on with your day! If you have given your info to someone over social media, make sure to give us a call right away! We’ll help you secure your account.

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Important! Keep your account safe from fraud

As fraud attempts are on the rise recently — especially related to unemployment funds — help us keep your account safe by following these guidelines.

Use your Simple Account only for your own personal use. Don’t share your account with others or receive funds on behalf of third parties.

Don’t share your username or password with others. Never give out your login information. Simple will never ask you to tell us your password — if any third party makes such a request, it’s an attempt at fraud.

Don’t open an account at someone else’s request. If someone else asks you to open a Simple Account — such as a real estate company, prospective employer, or someone you met online — it is likely an attempt at fraud.

Be alert for unemployment insurance fraud. You may be violating the law and the terms of your Simple Account if you receive deposits of unemployment funds on behalf of someone else. There are state and federal penalties for unemployment insurance fraud (including potential fines and incarceration). If you suspect you are a victim of unemployment fraud, contact the appropriate state fraud hotline listed here.

Don’t receive funds on behalf of a third party. Keep in mind that receiving funds on behalf of a third party violates the terms and conditions of your Simple Account; in such instances, we may restrict and/or close your account and hold the funds while we await direction from enforcement agencies.

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