False Emails

Security Notice - December 22, 2016

USU Credit Union has been advised of false emails in circulation which claim to be sent from various merchants and service providers. Many false emails attempt to catch the recipient’s attention during the holiday season by claiming that there is a problem with an order for merchandise or services.

How to Protect Yourself

Members are encouraged to be cautious when reviewing emails and other electronic communications. Never click a link in a message that was not expected. Before providing any personal information in response to an email or other message, contact the merchant or service provider directly to confirm the origin of the message.

USU Members can further protect themselves from Identity Theft by enrolling in the Fraud Defender Service. For details, click here.

How to Report Suspicious Activity

If you have received a suspicious e-mail or other fraudulent correspondence regarding USU Credit Union, please forward it to fraud@gwcu.org.

How to Report Suspicious Activity

If you have received a suspicious e-mail or other fraudulent correspondence regarding USU Credit Union, please forward it to fraud@usucu.org.