Receive a text message? It’s a scam

We’ve had several members tell us that they have received text messages, supposedly from a local bank, asking for personal information.

As always, ignore these text messages – or report them to the police. Our security officers says “the text messages are a scam and [members] should not call the number that the text is prompting them to call.”

Keep in mind: never give personal information to someone that calls you and asks for it. When you call our branch, we’ll ask you confirmation questions just to make sure it’s you. That’s for your security. But when someone calls or texts and asks for your information, don’t give it to them. When we call, we already have your information.


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