Fraud & ID Theft Prevention
Technology Helps Ensure Security
When you use the Internet to visit your credit union, whether it's to learn about rates, review your account, pay bills, or transact other business, you are entering a secure area:
Before using online services you develop a secret password that only you know. This assures that you, and only you, have access to your accounts.
Once online with your credit union, your transactions and personal information are most likely secured by encryption software that converts the information into code readable by only you and your credit union.
Every credit union must implement a stringent privacy and security policy to protect your personal and financial information. Each member's confidential information is treated with the utmost care, meeting or exceeding federal and state mandates.
Next, consider what you can do to keep your end of the Internet safe.