Important Security Information
People’s Credit Union will never email you to verify or update sensitive information such as account numbers, PIN, user names, passwords, or social security numbers. If you ever receive a suspicious email asking for your People’s Credit Union account information, do not reply and do not click on any links. Immediately notify People’s Credit Union by calling our Member Service Center at 1.800.498.8930.
For the most up to date information relating to scams, including common scams, how to avoid scams, what to do if you believe you have been scammed, and how to report a complaint, please visit the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) Consumer Information page at www.consumer.ftc.gov/features/scam-alerts where you can browse scams by topic.
Privacy, Identity, and Online Security
An individual’s personal information is an incredibly important asset to protect. Knowing how to protect both your financial identity and your online identity is a must in this day and age. The Federal Trade Commission has very valuable tips to do this effectively. Please visit www.consumer.ftc.gov/topics/privacy-identity-online-security to learn more about the following topics:
Limiting Unwanted Calls & Emails
If you suspect that someone may be using your personal information to open accounts, file taxes, or make purchases, please visit www.identitytheft.gov to report that you believe you are a victim of identity theft. Once you have made your report, you can create a personal recovery plan and put that plan into action. The FTC will walk you through each recovery step. For more identity theft resources, please visit ftc.gov/idtheft.
If you wish to contact one of the three major credit bureaus or the FTC directly by telephone, please see below:
Equifax Fraud Line: 800.525.6285
Experian Fraud Line: 888.397.3742
Transunion Fraud Line: 800.680.7289
Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Fraud Line: 1.877.IDTHEFT