Security Center

Polish National Credit Union will never ask for personal financial information through emails, text messages or telephone calls.

Scam Alerts

Do you know the old saying, "If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is?" Well this scam is exactly that!

Please be aware of a FRAUDULENT EMAIL being circulated to QuickBooks customers with the subject "QuickBooks Update".

Some of the new tactics being used includes being warned that the consumer is being audited, are eligible for a refund or have not cashed a check the IRS has issued to them.

A new twist on an old scam, several reports have been made regarding bad "pay checks."

Fraudulent e-mails and text messages have been sent to an unknown number of members and non-members informing them that their accounts have been suspended until they contact the financial institution.

Polish National Credit Union has been advised that a bank strike may take place in Norway beginning June 7, 2011.

Emails are spreading with a new tactic in mind.

Security Tips & Information

Keep your Personal Information Safe

  • Avoid - Make it harder for thieves and scammers to steal your identity. Shred documents with personal information. Never give out your Social Security Number and other personal information unless you know whom you are dealing with.
  • Watch - Monitor your credit report, billing and account statements on a regular basis. Look for anything unusual. Question it!
  • Protect - If you have been victimized, let your account holders know to place an alert on your account. Close any accounts and/or cards that may have been compromised. Report it to the police!

An interesting point about fraud is that it is a crime in which you decide on whether to participate. Hanging up the phone or not responding to shady mailings or emails makes it difficult for the scammer to commit fraud. But con artists are very persuasive, using all types of excuses, explanations, and offers to lead you — and your money — away from common sense.

Lost or Stolen MasterMoney Debit Cards

If you think that your card and/or code has been lost or stolen, call toll free (866) 592-7628 during our normal business hours.

After hours call toll free (800) 264-5578. This number is also available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

International Hot Card number (701) 461-0621. This number is available 24 hours a say, seven days a week.

Fraud Prevention Services

You may receive a phone call from √Član Financial Services Company. We work closely with this company to help protect our members and their information. If you receive a phone call from them please check the number they are asking you to call. The numbers below are the only ones you need to call:

(866) 842-5208 or (800) 264-5578

If these are not the numbers they call with, HANG UP! Call one of the numbers above and report your card compromised immediately!

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