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Fraud/Alert Education

Fight Identity Theft

Never provide personal financial information, including your Social Security number, account number or passwords, over the phone or on the Internet if you did not initiate the contact.

Never click on a link provided in an e-mail that you believe is fraudulent. It may contain a virus that can contaminate your computer.

Do not be intimidated by an e-mail or caller who suggests dire consequences if you do not immediately provide or verify financial information.

If you believe that the contact is legitimate, go to the company’s Web site by typing in the site address directly or using a page you have previously book marked, instead of a link provided in an e-mail.

If you fall victim to an attack, act immediately to protect yourself. Alert your financial institution. Place fraud alerts on your credit files. Monitor your credit files and account statements closely.

More information on fraudulent activities:

Please remember that this Credit Union, the NCUA, CUNA, CUNA Mutual, the Co-op Network, or any other organization pertaining to credit unions, DOES NOT e-mail, text message or telephone our members asking for personal information such as complete social security numbers, account numbers, dates of birth, etc. For that matter, no legitimate company that you do business with solicits this information. THEY ALREADY HAVE IT!

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