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October 30, 2015: Protect Yourself Against EMV FraudPlease be advised that “scam artists” are taking advantage of the fact that many financial institutions, including the credit union, are transitioning to the new EMV card format. These scammers are sending out e-mails, posing as a credit card company or other financial institution, requesting confirmation of personal information in order to have new EMV card issued. Clicking the link may inadvertently download malicious software, compromising personal information.
We will never ask you for personal information in an e-mail. If you do receive such an e-mail, please do NOT reply or click on any links. Rather, contact the credit union directly 866.295.6038 (toll-free) if you have doubts about any correspondence, or would like assistance.
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