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  • 1. The facts on identity theft Views: 542
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    Terms of Use The Facts on Identity Theft Identity theft occurs when someone uses your bank account number, Social Security number, credit card, or other personal information for his or her own purposes like opening an account, making purchases, applying for a loan, or getting a tax refund. It can be months before the theft has been discovered. How does it happens? They steal your wallet and purse containing your identification and credit and bank cards. They steal your mail, including your bank  More...
  • 2. AmeriCU.org and MyAmeriCU.org Terms and Conditions Views: 318
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    AmeriCU.org and MyAmeriCU.org Terms and Conditions 1. NOTICE. BEFORE USING ANY WEB PAGES OR INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN OR LINKED HERETO, YOU SHOULD CAREFULLY READ THE FOLLOWING DISCLAIMERS AND IMPORTANT TERMS AND CONDITIONS. THE SITE IS PROVIDED FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY. YOUR USE OF THE SITE CONSTITUTES YOUR AGREEMENT TO ALL TERMS AND CONDITIONS HEREIN. IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS BELOW, DO NOT ACCESS THIS SITE OR ANY WEB PAGES THEREIN. 2. AGREEMENT. This Agreement des  More...
  • 3. What do I do if I suspect my identity has been stolen? Views: 118
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    Terms of Use What to do if you fear you've fallen victim to identity theft: Assume that you will become a victim of credit card fraud, bank fraud, or identity theft if you've given up personal financial information in response to a phishing email or on a phishing website. Depending on the information you provided, follow these steps: If you've given out your credit, debit or ATM card info: Report the theft of your personal information to the card issuer as quickly as possible.   More...
  • 4. How can I protect myself from identity theft? Views: 115
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    Terms of Use: All that a thief needs to steal an identity is your name, address, social security number, and date of birth . This information is easily obtained from driver's licenses and/or checking accounts. To protect your identity, follow these tips: Minimize information in phone books: A great deal of personal information is listed in telephone or organization directories. Consider an unlisted phone number. If you list, give only your name and phone number. Do not list your addre  More...
  • 5. Smart Deposit (Remote Deposit Capture) Member Agreement Views: 109
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    AmeriCU RDC disclosure.Updated 6.2016.pdf

  • 6. "Phishing" - What is it and how do I avoid getting hooked by this identity theft bait? Views: 100
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    Terms of Use Fraudulent E-Mails and Phishing There is a rapidly growing Internet fraud called “phishing.” Phishing (pronounced fishing ) is a slang IT term which refers to fishing for personal information such as account numbers, passwords, PINs, credit card account or Social Security numbers online. Phishing is fast becoming one of the most insidious online identity theft scams where fraudulent email messages (spam) are sent to unsuspecting victims' email addresses requesti  More...
  • 7. Secure Email from AmeriCU Credit Union (Zix Member User Guide) Views: 99
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    Zix Secure Email Member User Guide updated 2.16.pdf

  • 8. How can I keep myself safe from credit card fraud? Views: 91
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    Terms of Use: Credit and charge card fraud costs cardholders and issuers hundreds of millions of dollars each year. While theft is the most obvious form of fraud, it can occur in other ways. For example, someone may use your card number without your knowledge. It's not always possible to prevent credit or charge card fraud from happening. But there are a few steps you can take to make it more difficult for a crook to capture your card or card numbers and minimize the possibility. Guarding Ag  More...
  • 9. Top 10 things to do to avoid being a victim of check fraud Views: 90
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    Terms of Use: Don't have your Social Security or driver's license number imprinted on your checks. These numbers, combined with other information on your checks (your name, address, account number, telephone number) could supply a thief with enough details to apply for a loan, credit card, or a phony bank account in your name. Notify your credit union or bank if you ordered checks and haven't received them in a reasonable time period, or if some checks are missing. These could be signs the c  More...
  • 10. How can I protect my credit card information when shopping online? Views: 87
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    Terms of Use: With the recent number of high-profile security breaches, there is a growing concern that thieves have never had easier access to our personal information than they do today. To protect your credit card information when making purchases online, MasterCard and VISA have developed extra security measures to give you more peace of mind. MasterCard SecureCode is a service from MasterCard that provides added security when you shop online and use your MasterCard. SecureCode protects y  More...

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