• Scammers use clever tactics to gain your trust and access your personal information. They may call you pretending to be us trying to trick you into revealing your personal information.

    Beware of scams and remember that we will never call you to ask for your PIN, Password, or the One-Time Passcode. If in doubt, hang up and contact us directly at 800-553-0880 or visit one of our branches. We’re here to help you.

  • Need to Report Fraud?

    How to report fraud  

    Best Practices

    Protect yourself from fraud  

    Steps to Take if You Are a Victim of Fraud

    Learn more if you are a victim  
  • Fraud Protection Solutions

    Debit and Credit Card Fraud Protection

    Debit and credit card fraud is on the rise in the U.S. and abroad, and we are committed to protecting your Tech CU Visa® Debit and Credit Cards.

    Learn more about fraud protection  

    Tech CU’s Real-Time Fraud Alert System

    Our debit and credit card fraud protection program comes with an extra layer of security.

    Learn more about our real-time alert system  

    Card Security When Traveling

    Take a moment before you leave to reach out to us so we can put a note on your account and monitor for suspicious activity.

    Learn more about travel security  

    Phone Number Spoofing

    Members have recently reported receiving calls from scammers pretending to be from Tech CU’s Fraud or customer service teams in an attempt to obtain personal information.

    Learn more about phone number spoofing  

    Identity Theft

    ID theft happens when someone steals your personal information to commit fraud. The identity thief may use your information to apply for credit, file taxes, or get medical services.

    Learn more about identity theft  

    EFT (Electronic Funds Transfer) Fraud

    An electronic funds transfer (EFT) is a broad term for a payer sending money and a payee receiving money through an online payment system.

    Learn more about EFT fraud  

    Wire Transfer Fraud

    A wire transfer is an electronic way of sending funds from one bank to another and there are ways to minimize the likelihood of fraud.

    Learn more about wire transfer fraud  

    Preventing Digital Wallet Fraud

    Fraudsters create fake digital wallet apps or websites resembling legitimate ones where users might unknowingly download these or provide payment data directly

    Learn more about preventing digital wallet fraud  

    Avoiding Gift Card Scams

    Gift card scammers start with a call, text, email, or social media message. Scammers will say almost anything to get you to buy gift cards and hand over the card number and PIN codes.

    Learn more about avoiding gift card scams  

    Employment Scams

    Scammers advertise jobs the same way honest employers do — online (in ads, on job sites, and social media), in newspapers, and sometimes on TV and radio.

    Learn more about employment scams  
  • Technology Credit Union will he offering a free online interactive experience to our members and non-members to help them better understand the new fraud climate and hot to avoid getting caught up in a scam.

    The Fraud Seminars will be conducted via ZOOM calls.

    Link for August 28th at 5pm PST Link for August 31st at 11am PST

    Please sign on to join the experience.

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