The financial industry is experiencing a significant increase in fraudulent activities and scamming attempts to access personal account information.
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Fraud and Security Awareness
Learn to defend against threats
Fight against fraud
There are people in the world looking to take advantage of you by pretending to be trustworthy people. The rate of fraudulent crimes is on the rise and DFCU is committed to helping our members see through the disguises that those fraudsters wear. Below we’ve created several resources that explain how to identify the tactics of a scam, how to better protect your credentials, and instruct you on what to do if your account is compromised. We encourage you to take the time to review these documents and make it harder for scammers to get what they want.