Fraud Prevention Center

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Protecting Your Privacy, Your Identity, and Your Money

The rate of identity theft-related fraud continues to rise. In 2022 alone, over $16 billion was stolen from 15.4 million U.S. consumers*. The following information has been provided to help protect you from the many types of financial fraud and identity theft. Select a topic below to learn how to identify a fraud or scam, how to protect your personal information and how to report it if you have become a victim of fraud.

  • Alerts
  • ID Theft
  • ATMs
  • Checks
  • Credit Cards
  • Internet
  • Phone

Latest Fraud Attempts & Scam Alerts

  • Wallet stolen while shopping
  • Phone, wallet, and keys stolen at gunpoint on the street
  • An account takeover that emptied their checking account
  • In the past, this has also happened when members have had their mail stolen

General Security Alert - Phone and Email Scams

If you ever receive an email or phone call purporting to be from My Credit Union, do not provide any personal information. Always log into the My Credit Union site directly (by typing in your browser address bar) or contact one of our Member Service Representatives before divulging any information.

My Credit Union will NEVER make unsolicited phone calls or send emails requesting your personal account information.

*Javelin Strategy & Research