Security

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.

Statement on Facebook’s Reported Interest in Data Partnership with Banks

by Delta Community

Delta Community is aware of the Wall Street Journal article and other stories about Facebook’s interest in partnering with banks to receive transactional data if the consumer requests and approves the release of such information through an opt-in process. We have not been approached by Facebook and have no plans to participate in the offering they’re still conceptualizing. Also, under our strict privacy policy, the Credit Union would never share information without our members’ direct consent.

Fraudulent Text Messages Claim Server Upgrade and Account Accessed from Unknown Browser

by Delta Community

Delta Community has been made aware of two separate fraudulent text message scams (SMSishing scams) being sent to some members under the name of the Credit Union. The messages say either members’ Delta Community “account was accessed from an unknown browser” or Delta Community Credit Union is “undergoing server upgrade” and that the member must click on a malicious phishing link to resolve the problem.

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. 

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