Daily Dupaco

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Be Always Vigilant Against Scams

There is a new debit scam going around. An automated message will indicate that the scammers are calling from National Credit Union Management and regret to inform that one’s debit card is locked. It then prompts to press 2 to be connected to their 24 hour help line.

Please know such scams are more common and happen daily in every community we serve. Dupaco reminds members to be vigilant against ALL scams--not just the flavor of the day. Learn more about scams and how to protect yourself at: Dupaco Protection

You always should be highly suspicious when receiving messages—via phone, e-mail, text, or otherwise—directing you to provide personal, confidential, and/or account related information. Do not give out any personal information, including account numbers and expiration dates, without knowing with whom you are speaking, especially if the contact was unsolicited or unexpected.

Should you suspect that you've become a victim of fraud, or have had a suspicious experience online, by phone, or in person, please contact us immediately at 800-373-7600 / (563) 557-7600.

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