Security First Federal Credit Union Will Never Call You to Ask for Your Information
Security First Federal Credit Union will never call, text, or email you unprompted. If you receive a call, text, or email from someone claiming to be from Security First Federal Credit Union asking you about Zelle transfers, account information, or other personal information, hang up and contact us directly.
Know the Signs
Scammers are constantly finding new ways to steal your money. Here’s a few tips to help protect you and your family:
- Never allow a representative from any company or individual to access your account information.
- Never allow someone to remotely deposit checks into your account.
- Never share your account or online and mobile banking password.
- Never provide a return or refund via a gift card or another form of payment.
- Do not send cash to or back to someone via the U.S. Postal Service, FedEx, or UPS.
Frauds and Scams
Additional Fraud and Identity Theft Resources
Identity Theft: What to Know, What to Do (English) (Spanish)
How to Spot and Avoid Foreclosure Relief Scams (English) (Spanish)
Check Your Credit at Least Once a Year (English) (Spanish)
Warning Signs of Identity Theft
When Information is Lost or Exposed