Fraudulent requests for personal information happen daily and in various forms. These requests typically increase when the Holiday season rolls around, most often via email, mobile/text messaging and other personal messaging services. Remember that your credit union will never request one’s personal or account information this way. Do not to respond to these requests and contact the credit union if you suspect any suspicious activity associated with your credit union account. For more tips and information visit our Fraud Prevention resource center.
Posted on Fri, December 27, 2013
by Catherine James filed under