Report Email Fraud
If you think you have received a suspicious email, pop-up ad or have been directed to a suspicious looking website, file a Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Consumer Complaint and an Internet Fraud Complaint Center (IFCC) Complaint.
If you have entered personal information in response to a fraudulent email, you should act immediately to reduce the risk of becoming a victim. Here's what to do:
- Report the incident to the WPCCU Member Service Representative at (800) 300-9728.
- Contact these credit bureaus and instruct them to flag your accounts with a "fraud alert."
- Equifax Fraud Hotline (800) 525-6285
- Experian Fraud Hotline (888) 397-3742
- TransUnion Fraud Hotline (800) 680-7289
- Contact credit card companies if you provided card account information in the phishing scam. Close any affected accounts so that they are registered as "closed at customer request."
- File a FTC Identity Theft Complaint with the FTC or call the FTC Identity Theft Hotline at (877) 438-4338.
- File a Social Security Administration (SSA) Fraud Report with the Social Security Administration if you entered your Social Security number in response to a fraudulent email. You can also call the SSA Fraud Hotline at (800) 269-0271.
- Report suspicious emails to: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com.
As a WPCCU member, the security of your accounts and personal information are a priority to us. We will work in cooperation with you and law enforcement agencies to investigate any suspicious activity.
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