Resources to Help Guard Against Fraud & Scams
If you suspect you are a victim of a scam, contact the Federal Trade Commission by calling (877) FTC-HELP ((877) 382-4357) or visit their website at ftc.gov/complaint.
If someone contacts you claiming to be associated with SDCCU, hang up and contact us via secure messaging in Internet Branch online banking or by phone to ensure you are talking with a SDCCU representative. We will never ask you for your username or password.
Our fraud prevention partner may contact you if we detect suspicious activity on your account. Save these numbers in your phone so if we contact you, you know it's from us.
- 21556 (Fraud Text Alerts)
- (866) 518-0213 (SDCCU fraud detection partner)
Your personal information is very valuable and criminals are trying to get access to it. Scams can take many forms and target a variety of different individuals. It’s important to stay informed and be aware of the threats that are present, as anyone can be a target of fraud. Some common scams can include phone scams, money mule scams and charity scams. Please be aware that this list is not complete, and that it’s important to stay informed and to educate yourself on common and newly practiced scams.