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PHONE SCAM WARNING! PLEASE READ:

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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Video: 4 Steps to Credit Repair
Video: 4 Steps to Credit Repair1/10/2019

Consumers are sometimes faced with taking steps to repair tarnished credit. Here are four steps to help make that happen.

Step #1: Determine your score – You’re entitled to an annual credit report from each of the three major credit reporting agencies. Order yours at annualcreditreport.com.

Step #2: Review your report and dispute any errors – If you spot any errors on your credit report, dispute them in writing. You’ll also need to dispute the charge with your actual creditor.

Step #3: Take steps toward fixing your credit – If you’re always late with your credit card payments, set up an automatic bill-pay system. If your debt isn’t going anywhere, rethink your spending habits. Also, consider debt consolidation or a balance transfer to a low-rate credit card. And, finally, find ways to increase your income, using all extra cash for paying down your debt.

Step #4: Ask us for help – We’re always happy to help you with any financial situation!



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