Our frontline staff serving our members through the drive thru and the new shields we have had installed for when our lobbies can be open again, hopefully soon!
Things are opening in phases and this chart has some helpful information for you so you can start making those fun Summer plans.
Stay safe from scams!
Fraudsters prey on fear and NCCYou wants you to be safe from scams! Remember, we will NEVER call or email you to ask you for your account information.
Popular Banking Scams
There are many scams exploiting the fear and uncertainty surrounding the virus. Here are some of the most popular scams that have been circulating:
- Testing and Treatment Scams: Beware of offers for “home” test kits and unknown “miracle” cures. They don’t exist. Scammers are also targeting Medicare recipients and offer COVID-19 testing in an attempt to steal personal information.
- FDIC/IRS/NCUA – People pretend to call from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), Internal Revenue Service (IRS) or National Credit Union Association (NCUA) or your bank and say your bank account or your ability to get cash are in danger and ask for your personal information.
- Checks from the government – Scammers say they’re from the government and ask for your personal information or try to charge you fake fees for getting your stimulus check or offer you a way to get the money early.
- Phishing – You receive an email/text message that asks you to verify your bank account or debit card number. Once you give them your information the fraudsters now have access to all of your bank account information.
If you feel you have been the victim of a scam, please call us immediately. 218-279-3200