Protect Yourself From Identity Theft

October 23, 2017  


Keep Your Personal Information Safe


With the recent Equifax data breach and the ongoing threat of cyber attacks, we recommend taking additional steps to protect your identity and your financial accounts. Here are a few steps you can take to help protect yourself:

 

  1. Create strong passwords. Don’t use names, dates, or common words.
  2. Review your account transactions and statements frequently for any unusual activity.
  3. Don’t open unsolicited emails.

 

With Power Protected Checking, we monitor your personal information 24/7 to protect your bank accounts, Social Security number, passwords – your entire identity! Get more information.

 

Sources: Federal Trade Commission

Federally insured by NCUA. For details regarding Power Protected Checking benefits including additional terms, conditions, and limitations that apply to the services, visit ssfcu.org/powerprotected. Monitoring services require online registration to activate. For specific details regarding coverage, please see  Summary of Benefits – Evidence of Coverage. Some services may be limited or unavailable to non-U.S. citizens and persons residing outside the U.S.