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Telephone Fraud

Telephone Fraud

Avoiding Telephone Fraud

Never give your private information, such as your Social Security number, account or ATM, credit, or debit card number, passwords, etc. over the phone unless you initiated the call and the call is to a reliable source. If you receive an automated call or a call from someone claiming to be a credit union employee and they ask for your account information (such as your card number, account number, etc.) do not provide them with any of your information. If the caller claiming to be a credit union employee has one identifying piece of information (such as your Social Security number) and they are trying to get more information from you, the call is not legitimate.

The credit union will not call you and ask for this information.