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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.

Beware of Fake Delta Community Checks Circulating

by Delta Community

Be careful and don't become a victim of check fraud. Recently, Delta Community Credit Union has identified and stopped several fraudulent Delta Community Official Checks and cashier’s checks; these were counterfeit checks that were circulating in several states. You should take time to verify any Credit Union check that you receive before trying to use that check; attempting to deposit or otherwise use a fraudulent check could result in a personal financial loss.

Delta Community Not Associated With Delta Data Breach

by Delta Community

The Delta Air Lines data breach recently reported in the news involves a third-party company that provides chat services to Delta Air Lines customers. Delta Community Credit Union is not associated with that company and was not part of the Delta Air Lines data breach. 

Information on Equifax Cybersecurity Incident

by Delta Community

On Thursday, September 7, credit-reporting company Equifax announced a cybersecurity incident potentially impacting as many as 143 million people. Delta Community and other Visa® card issuers receive regular updates when Visa is notified that some of their card numbers may have been exposed as merchants are required to disclose this under the Visa network rules. We use these alerts from Visa to monitor the affected cards more closely to help protect these accounts from fraud.