That starts by ensuring the safety and security of your personal information, your privacy and your accounts. The information and tips below can help protect your identity and your good credit.
Scammers will reach out to you by phone, email, text and even social media. They can spoof the Stanford FCU phone number or use the Stanford FCU name and logo. They often try to alarm you by telling you that your account or card has been compromised. If you ever get a call that asks for your private financial data you should immediately be suspicious—hang up and call Stanford FCU directly—don’t use the phone number the caller provided, contact Stanford FCU at the main line 888.723.7328.
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Always stay alert. If something seems off, be suspicious and do more research. Whether it’s a romance scam, a fraudster pretending to be the IRS or law enforcement, or someone calling from Amazon, do not ever provide or confirm your personal information, send money or gift cards, or allow a tech support caller to remotely access your computer.