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Over the past few days, we have received reports of fraudulent activity affecting MCCU members.  

The scam involves a phone call from a scammer spoofing a MCCU phone number (it will look like it is coming from MCCU). The scammer states they are calling to confirm debit card transactions on the member's account (they have been referencing Walmart, but it could be any merchant).  The scammer then proceeds to try to obtain online banking login credentials, PINs, and SSN information.  This activity is fraudulent!

Do not ever give out your Debit Card number, PINs or passwords!  MCCU or our Fraud Monitoring vendor may call to validate a transaction, but will never ask you to provide us your PINs, passwords or other sensitive account information as a form of verification.

If you receive a phone call such as this, please report it to us immediately at 818-993-6328!

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Check Your Credit Report Weekly – For Free
Check Your Credit Report Weekly – For Free5/21/2020

credit report with score of 730 on it next to calculator and billsExperian, Equifax and TransUnion are offering all U.S. consumers free weekly credit reports through April 2021 via to help you protect your financial health during the sudden and unprecedented hardship caused by COVID-19.

Why Should I Check My Credit Report?

Your personal credit report contains details about your financial behavior and identification information. The three credit reporting agencies collect and organize data about your credit history from your creditors and public records. Knowing what is on your credit report is important:

  • It helps you understand what lenders see when they check your credit history when you apply for a loan.

  • You can check your credit score and know where you stand – the higher your score, the lower the rate you’ll receive when you apply for a loan or credit card.

  • It allows you to see if there is any information on there that shouldn’t be. This could include late payments, or activity that you didn’t know about (fraud).

Visit today to see your credit reports and stay informed.

Helpful Links:

Tips to improve your credit score

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