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Educational Videos

Security is a hot topic in the news and it's critically important. At WHFCU, we place the highest value on respecting and protecting the security of your data and transactions. For your continued education, we have embedded five short videos that address key security topics including phishing, identify theft, internet fraud, social media and portable devices.

Phishing Identity Theft
Internet Fraud Social Media
Portable Devices  
 

Educational Videos

Security is a hot topic in the news and it's critically important. At WHFCU, we place the highest value on respecting and protecting the security of your data and transactions. For your continued education, we have embedded five short videos that address key security topics including phishing, identify theft, internet fraud, social media and portable devices.

Phishing Identity Theft
Internet Fraud Social Media
Portable Devices  
 

Consumer Alerts

Beware of Text message SMiShing Attacks!

We had several reports of SMiShing attacks (text phishing) by several financial institutions (primarily in the eastern region of the U.S). Cardholders are receiving suspicious text messages attempting to collect information about their card

SMiShing is a type of social engineering that uses cell phone text messages to persuade victims to provide personal information such as card number, CVV2 (the security code on the back of your card), and PIN. The text message may contain either a website address or more commonly, a phone number that connects to an automated voice response system, which then asks for personal information.

The following are examples of SMiShing messages recently sent to cardholders:

  • Text message originating from either cu1676526@account.com or sdf8g7a5s87g5@vtext.com
  • ABC CU has deactivated your Debit Card. To reactivate contact: 512XXXXXXXX (capturing local area codes)
  • This is an automated message from ABC Bank. Your ATM card has been suspended. To reactivate call urgent at 1866215XXXX
  • Text message originating from sms.alert@visa.com
  • sms.alert@visa.com/VISA(Card Blocked) Alert. For more information please call 1877XXXXXXX

Never provide personal information to anyone claiming to be your institution that is asking for a card number, CVV2 or PIN number.

IRS Impersonation Scam Update

The IRS has updated information on the IRS impersonation scam. Click here for the latest update »