Ask yourself the following questions:
A significant amount of fraud starts with a telephone call or an e-mail. The perpetrator will make it sound or look like you are receiving a legitimate request from your financial institution. Never respond to a telephone call or an e-mail without being absolutely sure of whom you are dealing with. Please note: People First FCU will never call you or e-mail you asking for personal information.
If you would receive a questionable e-mail or telephone call, please contact our Member Service Center immediately.
What to do if you receive a suspicious letter, e-mail, or are the victim of an internet crime?
Don't Respond - report the e-mail to the police or a letter to the postal authorities. If you believe you are the victim of an Internet crime please contact the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3).