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Beware of Unidentified Calls or Voicemails About Your Credit or Debit Card

If you receive an unidentified call or voicemail about your credit or debit card, and you believe it to be fraudulent, please hang up immediately and contact us at 800-475-1150. We are available to assist you.

Important Tips: Never provide your credit or debit card information to someone who calls you unsolicited. Be suspicious of any caller who asks for your personal information, such as your Social Security number or bank account number. If you are unsure about the legitimacy of a call, hang up and call us directly at 800-475-1150We will never contact you to ask for your personal information. A message from Collins Community Credit Union will always include identification.

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Beware of Unidentified Calls or Voicemails About Your Credit or Debit Card

If you receive an unidentified call or voicemail about your credit or debit card, and you believe it to be fraudulent, please hang up immediately and contact us at 800-475-1150. We are available to assist you.

Important Tips: Never provide your credit or debit card information to someone who calls you unsolicited. Be suspicious of any caller who asks for your personal information, such as your Social Security number or bank account number. If you are unsure about the legitimacy of a call, hang up and call us directly at 800-475-1150We will never contact you to ask for your personal information. A message from Collins Community Credit Union will always include identification.

Published on Jul 31, 2012

 

If there's one thing I have learned over the years in my experience with kids, it's that they are sponges. They will soak up everything. Usually it seems they only absorb the things you would prefer them not to, but it's not true.  Those are the ones you tend to notice; especially if that certain word you hoped they missed makes its way into their conversation at school the next day. But kids pick up the good things as well. Even when it seems like you're talking to a brick wall, something is usually sinking in. 

So remember that the next time you are hanging out with your kids, grandkids, nieces or nephews.  Use the opportunity to sneak in a few tips about saving money for a car, home or summer vacation, or how you responsibly use your credit card. Even tell them about money mistakes you have made in the past and how they can avoid doing the same.  Talk to your kids about money and they will learn to save and spend responsibly. 

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