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We have been made aware of scam text messages falsely claiming to be from The Police Credit Union. The messages may appear as a password reset request. If you receive one of these phishing texts, do not respond or click on any links included in the text, and delete the message immediately. Click here for tips on protecting yourself from banking scams.
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Scam Awareness

Protect yourself from common digital banking scams

IMPORTANT: The Police Credit Union will never ask for your personal information through email, text, or social media. When in doubt about a phone, text, or call, contact us directly at 800.222.1391.

  • Never provide passwords, PIN numbers, or account numbers via phone, text, or email.

  • Don't open or respond to unsolicited emails, texts, or calls from people you don't know.

  • Never sign into your account using a link in an email or text. Make sure you are logging in from or our mobile app.

  • Avoid sending money to people you don't know and trust. Verify information first. Be suspicious of people who want you to act immediately.

Stay informed about trending scams and keep your financial information safe. Click on the links below for more information.