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 E-Mail Scam Targets Online Banking Users
Recently, consumers have received fraudulent e-mails from what appears to be their financial institution's online banking partner. The e-mail states that the member's password has expired and provides a link to use to update password and confidential information.

Be Proactive
There are certain measures you can take to avoid becoming a victim of this scam. Never click on a link that you are unfamiliar with, as it may be fraudulent. If you are receiving unsolicited e-mails, consider adding the e-mail address to your spam filter. SEFCU and our partners will not e-mail you with these types of requests.

If you ever have a question about an e-mail or phone call you receive, please contact SEFCU to determine the legitimacy of it.

Were You a Victim?
If you think you may have been a victim of a fraudulent e-mail scheme or believe your personal information – like your name, date of birth, or Social Security Number – has been stolen, please contact SEFCU immediately! To protect your funds, SEFCU can cancel your card, add a code word to your account, or close your account and open a new one.

Make sure you don’t become a victim of a fraudulent e-mail scam. Follow the tips above to keep your confidential information safe.