SecurityDelta community takes measures to protect you from fraud

Delta Community knows how important your personal and financial information is to you. That’s why we take as many measures as possible to protect you from fraud and to give you the peace of mind you deserve. Be sure to look over the articles below to keep your finances on the safe side.

  1. National Cyber Security Awareness Month

    By Delta Community

    October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month. Before writing off this exciting news as only of interest to internet experts, take a moment to consider the importance of all the internet-connected services that affect our lives each day. Read More

  2. Fraudulent Email Circulating Not From Delta Community

    By Delta Community

    Delta Community has been made aware of fraudulent phishing email messages being sent to some members under the name of the Credit Union. This email is titled “Important Online Banking Security Notice.” The message states the member’s Delta Community account has incorrect billing information, and prompts the member to click on a link, log-in to his/her online banking account, and perform various account verifications to update his/her personal information to resolve the problem. Please know this is fraudulent and Delta Community is not associated with these messages. Do not respond to the email and delete the message. Read More

  3. Fraudulent Text Messages Claim Accounts are Locked

    By Delta Community

    Delta Community has been made aware of fraudulent text messages being sent to some members under the name of the Credit Union. The messages say members’ Delta Community cards, or other accounts, have been locked and they must call to resolve the problem. Please know this is fraudulent and Delta Community is not associated with the messages. Do not respond with texts or phone calls to the contact information and delete the message. Read More

  4. Holiday Shopping & Fraud Season

    By Delta Community

    Black Friday and Cyber Monday fall at the end of November, immediately following Thanksgiving Day. For many, these days mark the beginning of the holiday shopping season. But for cyber thieves, these days are the beginning of the holiday fraud season. Read More

  5. Five Fraud Prevention Tips

    By Delta Community

    By the time you finish reading this sentence, another person will have fallen victim to identity theft. Everyone is vulnerable, but according to the Financial Times, college students are five times more likely to be victimized by fraud. Read More

  6. Android Vulnerability Stagefright Identified

    By Delta Community

    As you may be aware from recent news reports, a serious vulnerability, nicknamed Stagefright, has been identified involving Android-based smartphones. Using this vulnerability, an attacker could infect the device via a malicious MMS message, even without the message being opened, and gain access to the data, camera, photos, microphone, etc. Read More

  7. Samsung Galaxy S5 and S6 SwiftKey Vulnerability

    By Delta Community

    Samsung SwiftKey vulnerability in the news. Read More

  8. Scam Alert - Beware of phone calls posing as Delta Community Credit Union

    By Delta Community

    We want to make you aware of a recent telephone scam in which scammers spoofing caller-id and posing as Delta Community Credit Union are calling our members and non-members. The caller asks recipients for their phone number and other information. Use caution if you receive this type of call, and never give your card/account number or PIN over the telephone unless you initiate the call. If you’re ever unsure about the legitimacy of a call claiming to be from Delta Community Credit Union, please call us at 404-715-4725 or 1-800-544-3328. Read More

  9. 5 Documents You Need to Shred at Spring Shred Days

    By Delta Community

    Protect your identity by shredding your personal and financial documents at the Delta Community Credit Union Spring Shred Days. Read More

  10. Fraudulent Phone Calls Not From Delta Community

    By Delta Community

    We want to make you aware of a recent telephone scam where an automated and unidentified service calls members advising them that their debit card has been deactivated, blocked or cancelled. The fraudulent automated system asks recipients to enter their full card number followed by PIN. Use caution if you receive this type of call, and never give your card/account number or PIN over the telephone unless you initiate the call. If you’re ever unsure about the legitimacy of a call claiming to be from Delta Community Credit Union, please call us at 404-715-4725 or 1-800-544-3328. Read More

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