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Fraud & Cybersecurity Tips

Protect your accounts and personal information

Your safety is our priority

Scammers will go to any length to obtain your account information or to steal your identity. Be aware, stay prepared, and you’ll lessen the chances of falling victim to identity theft.

Education and information

Helping you to protect your accounts and your information is a top priority. We believe education is the best way to protect yourself. That's why we regularly share articles and tips for our members. We encourage you to stay informed and vigilant.

If at any time you suspect you’ve been a victim of fraud, please call us immediately at (800) 649-0193 so we can help to protect your accounts.
 

View our video for a few tips on keeping hackers away. More videos from the FTC below.

Cybersecurity and Fraud Library

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Video Library

Are you protected?


The following videos were created by the Federal Trade Commission, to help you learn the tricks to keep you safe.
 

Computer and online security

Computer Security

Protect Your Computer From Malware
Hacked Email - What to Do
Hijacked Computer - What to do
Online Shopping Tips
Using Public WiFi Networks
Back it Up - Don't Lose Your Digital Life


Protecting your identity


Why Care About ID Theft
Sharing Information

Free Credit Report Check
Recover from ID Theft at identitytheft.gov
What To Do After a Data Breach




Fraud and scams


5 Ways to Help Protect Identity

IRS Imposter Scams
Family Emergency Scams
Hang Up on Phone Fraud
Money Wiring Scams
Spotting Deceptive Used Car Ads
Student Loan Debt Scams
Charity Scams

Gift Card Scams

How to Report a Scam


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