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Vishing scams are scams where fraudsters call posing as a reliable institution trying to get your sensitive information - and they are on the rise!
Denver Community Credit Union will never contact you to ask for your sensitive personal information, like your member number, debit or credit card number, PIN number, or online banking login credentials. If you ever receive a call from anyone asking you for this information, even if the number appears to be from Denver Community Credit Union or an institution you know, please DO NOT give the caller any information, and hang up.
Sensitive personal information should never be shared. This includes:
For tips about protecting your information, check out our downloadable guide: Staying Safe in the Digital World
Denver Community offers free online courses that take about 5-7 minutes to complete, that do not require any special software, downloads, or login. We have a great one about protecting your identity!
Learn how to stay safe in the digital world and beyond at our free class! We'll share strategies and resources to help you minimize the likelihood of identity theft. This class is free an open to the public. Advance registration is requested. Free parking and snacks are provided.
If you have questions or concerns, please contact us, or call 303-573-1170.
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