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Delta 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.

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.

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.

Fraudulent Email Circulating Not From Delta Community Credit Union

by Delta Community

A fraudulent email is circulating that appears to be from Delta Community Credit Union. This email is titled “Security Alert: Important Notice About Your Account” and prompts members to log in to their account to update personal information. If you receive this fraudulent email, please delete it. It is not from Delta Community.

Windows XP No Longer Supported

by Delta Community

Microsoft Windows XP is no longer supported by Microsoft. For your security we recommend that you follow Microsoft’s recommendations and upgrade to a supported operating system.

Heartbleed Bug Not a Threat to Delta Community Credit Union Online Banking

by Delta Community

Internet security experts at Delta Community say the Credit Union’s member-facing websites are not vulnerable to the recently discovered "Heartbleed" bug. Heartbleed exploits a vulnerability in the Internet security system OpenSSL to gain access to consumers’ personal information. Delta Community Credit Union does not use OpenSSL for any member facing websites. However, it is generally a good idea to update all passwords on a regular basis, especially on sensitive accounts like Online Banking, email and e-commerce accounts.

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