Beware of Unidentified Calls or Attempts to Gain Access to Your Online Banking Account
If you receive an unidentified call or voicemail about your online banking account, and you believe it to be suspicious or 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, or online banking credentials 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 800-475-1150. We will never contact you to ask for your personal information or login credentials. A message from Collins Community Credit Union will always include identification.
As you may or may not have noticed, a couple weeks ago we reached our 5,000th “like” on Facebook! In honor of this occasion we sent our 5,000th fan a stunning blue CCCU t-shirt. If you haven’t done so already, I would encourage you to connect with us on Facebook and Twitter. Social media is a great way to keep up with what’s going on at the credit union, read articles containing helpful hints and tips, or learn more about what CCCU has to offer.
Although social media is a casual communication channel, please remember that when connecting you do not want to give away important information. If you have questions for us we would love to assist you, but do not post full names, birth dates or account information. Instead, give us a call and we can chat!
- If you get a Facebook or Twitter message that says “OMG have you seen this funny picture of you?!” It is SPAM! Do not click on the link. Delete the message right away.
- Remember that what you post, comment on or tag does follow you. Social media is not private and can have negative effects on potential college scholarships, internships or job opportunities.
- Be careful when posting pictures of and talking about your children. Try to avoid using your child’s full name and birth date because this can make them more susceptible to identity theft.