Unfortunately ATM scams are still on the rise and increasing daily. Not only are foreign devices being attached to the outside of ATM machines in order to steal information off of the magnetic strips on the backs of ATM cards, but now thieves are placing cameras inside of ATM vestibules. With the cameras trained on the ATM keypad, they are stealing pin numbers and making counterfeit cards. We recommend that you inspect any ATM machine that you are about to use for signs of tape, glue, paste or anything indicating a foreign device is or was attached to the ATM. If you have any concerns or questions about any "suspicious" activity with any ATM withdrawals that you have made or attempted, please feel free to call the credit union immediately or to report a card lost or stolen call 1-800-554-8969.
Scams/Fraud Education and Resources
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