Consumer Alerts

Protect yourself from identity theft and financial scams, or learn how to recover if you’ve already been a victim.

Understand the Laws that Affect You and Your Identity

 

Don’t Be a Victim of Phishing or Smishing

In a smishing attack, members will receive a text message directing them to call a number regarding their federal credit union card. Once members call, they are told there may be a possible fraud on the account and are asked to provide their card number and other personal information.

Remember, DGEFCU will never contact you through a text message requesting information about your accounts. We already have it!

Phishing attacks tend to target your email account(s). Learn more with this informative brochure. Phishing

Our IDResCU benefit protects you from identity theft.  Learn more.