Fraud & Scams
Scamming ATM cards, PIN's and bank accounts.
Stealing retail goods and scamming people who offer items for sale.
Nefarious schemes to obtain others' sensitive personal info.
Scammers pretend to be the IRS to defraud taxpayers.
Ripping off consumers via e-mail.
Scams involving the theft of cell phones and phone service.
You've probably heard about these in e-mail or from family and friends...see what's really true.
Members First CU will never solicit e-mails requesting any
username, password, pin number, or other personal identity information.
We recommend that you approach all unsolicited e-mail with a degree of suspicion.
If you have any questions or concerns, please e-mail* us.
These links are courtesy of www.snopes.com.
This email link is provided for your convenience. Email is not secure and information can be read by others. Do not email information such as passwords, social security numbers, account numbers, mother's maiden name, etc.