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Protect Your Personal Information

By SDCCU , 29.08.2017 Financial Education
woman on tablet checking her sdccu account Protect Your Personal Information

To protect your identity and confidential information, never give your account number, PIN or any other personal financial information to an unknown caller or suspicious email or text message.

Phishing is the criminal practice of using social engineering over email to gain access to private personal and financial information from unsuspecting individuals for the purpose of fraudulent financial reward. Simply put, criminals try to trick unsuspecting you into providing personal information over email or text and instead the links go to their own fraudulent sites. 

Some scammers will send an email saying your online banking, debit or credit card has been compromised or locked and you need to enter personal information to reactivate your card. SDCCU will never ask you to give us your personal information for this purpose.

To protect your identity and confidential information, never give your account number, PIN or any other personal financial information to an unknown caller or suspicious email or text message. When in doubt, call SDCCU back at our main telephone number: (877) 732-2848. Please forward any suspicious/fraudulent emails to abuse@sdccu.com. 

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