Credit unions offer similar protections against fraudulent transactions as regular banks and card companies.
If you bank with a credit union, keep an eye out for these common scams, especially if you're a Navy Federal, Alliant, or First Financial member.
Alliant Credit Union has several security protocols in place to help protect you from fraud and scams, including ways to recover lost funds or limit your losses.
Scammers are using text messages to impersonate credit unions, tricking you into sending your sensitive information and even money.
Malware attacks have become sophisticated enough that even the savviest of tech experts can fall victim to them. Follow these steps to protect your identity and sensitive information.
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Scammers have turned their phishing attempts to members or credit unions by sending out fake emails hoping to get their hands on valuable personal data.
After falling victim to credit card fraud, it's important to act quickly and monitor your statement as well as your credit report.
It can be difficult to know whether or not you're being scammed—if you're ever in doubt, use this checklist to help you figure out what to do.
When an offer for a personal loan with great rates seems too good to be true, it often is, especially if you weren't the one who contacted them first.