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Security

Security Resources on the Federal Trade Commission Website

The FTC website is a helpful resource for SLFCU members who are searching for information on ways to avoid scams, and how to protect yourself as a consumer.

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Mortgages May Trigger Unsolicited Mail

If you closed on a new home loan, refinanced your mortgage, or opened a Home Equity CreditLine, you may receive multiple solicitations in the mail.

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Kirtland Branch Restricted Access Procedures

Members needing access to the SLFCU branch on Kirtland AFB must request and obtain a Defense Biometric Identification System pass.

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Don't Give Your Account Information to Scammers

Cyber criminals create fake accounts or hack into real social media accounts and try to trick you into giving them money by asking for your account information.

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Should You Freeze Your Credit?

A credit freeze restricts creditors from accessing your credit report, which prevents both legitimate and fraudulent loans and accounts from being opened in your name.

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Mail Your Holiday Checks at the Post Office

Mail theft tends to increase over the holidays. Follow these tips to reduce the chances of having your mail stolen.
 

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Protect Yourself Against Data Breaches

Recent security breaches, particularly the September announcement by Equifax that data for 143 million Americans was compromised, have caused intense concern.

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Equifax Breach Information

Equifax has announced a cybersecurity incident potentially impacting approximately 143 million U.S. consumers.

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Lock Your Cards with Your Smartphone

Help protect your debit and credit cards from fraud.

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Shredding Tips

Shredding unneeded documents is one way to help protect yourself from identity theft.

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Avoiding Mail Theft and Check Fraud

Mail theft and check fraud are causing increased concern for individuals trying to keep their financial information safe.

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Teen Article: Stay Alert to Prevent Card Fraud

Since I was a little girl, my parents have drilled in the importance of being smart with money.  

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Keep Your Mobile Device Secure

The amount of malware targeting mobile devices tripled in 2015. Smartphones and tablets are as powerful as many desktop computers, and security is just as important.

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Protect Yourself from Online Sales Fraud

A number of SLFCU members have been targeted by online sales scams, mainly in the form of bad checks. SLFCU recommends that you never accept a check from someone you don’t know.

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MasterPass Simplifies Online Shopping

Shopping online can be tedious – check out as a guest, and you're entering card and shipping information; set up an account, and now you have another username and password.

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Minimize Risk of Identity Theft

Identity theft is a growing problem that is a potential risk to everyone. Take steps to reduce the chances of having your identity stolen.

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What Data Breaches Mean for You and SLFCU

Data breaches at retail merchants are occurring more frequently than in the past. However, members can be assured that SLFCU is ready to help if your data is compromised.

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Mastercard Identity Theft Alerts

Mastercard's Identity Theft Alert program monitors your online identity and sends you an alert if it detects that your personal information has been exposed to potential fraud or theft.

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Improved Security with eStatements

Using eStatements instead of getting statements by mail is more secure. Paper statements can be a prime target for criminals looking to steal your identity.

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Shop Safely Online

The holidays are fast approaching, and many of us will shop online. Credit card fraud and online scams spike over the holidays; here are some steps you can take to help keep your personal information and finances secure.

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Security Reminders for Your SLFCU Accounts

To create a secure username, choose something that you have never used on another site. Your username should include numbers and letters and should be difficult to guess.

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Consumer Tips for Data Breaches

Recent data breaches have caused intense concern from consumers. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau recommends the following steps to protect yourself:

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Deposit Insurance

Through coverage provided by the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund (NCUSIF), your deposits at SLFCU are backed by the full faith and credit of the United States government, up to the insured limit.

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Keep Cards Working During Travel

Your SLFCU credit cards and debit card are protected by a system that detects unusual patterns of activity and may block transactions unless you verify that the transaction is legitimate.

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Depositing Checks from Home

Many SLFCU members have taken advantage of mobile deposit through online banking.

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