Are you protecting your financial information?
Each year scam artists and identity thieves steal billions of dollars from unsuspecting consumers. These criminals use the phone, email, text messaging, postal mail and the internet to steal your information or trick you into handing over your money.
Learn how to recognize common scams, take action if you think you are a victim of fraud and learn what you can do to protect your finances from fraud.
Under the Federal Credit Union Act, promoting financial literacy is a core credit union mission. While credit unions serve the needs of their members and promote financial literacy within the communities they serve, NCUA works to reinforce credit union efforts, raise consumer awareness and increase access to credit union services.
Protect What’s Yours
Knowledge is power when it comes to fraud prevention. Arm yourself with the tools to identify a fraud or scam and what to do if you become a victim of fraud.
Learn what steps you can take to prevent and report identity theft.
Get tips for being safe and making the most of your time online.
Find a list of anti-fraud resources and NCUA collaborators.
NCUA’s Consumer Assistance Center assists consumers in resolving disputes with credit unions and providing information about federal consumer financial protection and share insurance matters.