The best defense against fraud is knowledge. To help you stay ahead of the latest scam attempts, we provide this ongoing list. Click the PDF links below for more information on these fraud schemes.
- NCUA warns of scammers using similar website logo, design
- Telephone Phishing
- NCUA Vishing
- Child Identity Theft
- California CU text alerts
- Holiday Scam Alerts
- Scam Targets Nazarene Churches
- Be Wary of Fraudulent Correspondence and Phone Calls (Sept 2012)
- Credit Union Members Nationwide Recruited as Money Mules
- Car Wrapping Scam
- Scam targets Direct Deposit, ACH transactions
- FBI alerts to scam on Kelly Blue Book name
- Wiring Money
- Secret Shopper Alert
- NACHA warns of phishing scam
- Travel Scam
- NCUA sounds alarm on fraudulent email to CU members
- Consumer Action Handbook - Privacy Protection and Identity Theft
- Phishing Techniques
- Email from FDIC
- Text Message Scam
- Federal Reserve Bank Malware Spam
- Stimulus Package Scam
- Internet / Email Fraud
- Text & Email Messages
- Fake Airline Tickets
- IRS Name Used in Phony Email and Telephone Scams
- Text Message Scam
- Scammers Contacting Credit Union Members
- Fake Caller ID Numbers
- Jury Scam
Your Privacy is important to us.
Please be aware of credit card and e-mail scam operations which ask you for your Visa account, America's Christian Credit Union member number, and personal identification numbers.
Remember, we will never contact you and request your personal account information. These requests are usually misleading or fraudulent, and should be reported immediately. Credit union members are recognizing and reporting such "spoofing" schemes including those that are made to appear as though they originated from America's Christian Credit Union. Legitimate financial institutions will never contact you to ask for personal account information, and anyone who may have received such a request should report it immediately here. America's Christian CU has multiple safeguards in place to protect you from credit card and e-mail fraud schemes. But new scams are constantly surfacing and you need to be alert to questionable requests for personal account information, particularly over the Internet.
If you receive any suspicious emails from America's Christian CU, please contact us immediately. Please forward the email to email@example.com. We will never ask you for account information via email. When you do business with us over the Internet, please go directly to our website at www.americaschristiancu.com.
Includes steps you can take to protect your computer and your privacy. Download brochure.