Important Warning: Fraud Emails

Thousands of fraudulent emails are being sent out by criminals claiming to be credit unions, banks, credit card companies and even government agencies such as NCUA.

These emails usually claim there is a problem with your account and either ask you to reply giving your account number, PIN number, password or other personal information.

Email may direct you to a fake website that looks genuine.

Never reply or go to these sites. Delete the email. Once the crook has the information, they control your account.

Your financial institution will never ask you for personal information.

Always call your institution using a known good phone number, do not use the number shown in the email.