Mountain Credit Union is committed to helping you avoid scams and will do whatever we can to bring them to the attention of our members. We will also do our best to answer any questions you have BEFORE you become a victim. If you have concerns that you may be a victim, contact your local Mountain Credit Union office immediately. Click Here To Find Your Local MCU Office
Fraud & Scam Awareness November 2022: Avoid Text Message Scams
Fraud & Scam Awareness February 2022: Avoid and Detect Romance Scams
Fraud & Scam Awarness November 2021: Avoid The Google Voice Scam
Fraud & Scam Awareness October 2021: October Is Cybersecurity Month
Fraud & Scam Awareness September 2021: Click Here To Learn How To Avoid The Family Emergency Scam
Fraud & Scam Awareness July 2021: Protect Your Personal Information & Data
Fraud & Scam Awareness June 2021: Click Here To Learn How To Avoid Auto Loan Refinance Scams
Fraud & Scam Awareness May 2021: Click Here To Learn How To Avoid Payment Scams While Rebuilding Your Finances
Fraud & Scam Awareness April 2021: Click Here To Learn How To Avoid Cryptocurrency Fraud
Fully Managed Identity Theft Recovery Services
Mountain Credit Union is happy to provide Fully Managed Identity Theft Recovery Services at no cost to every member that has a personal checking account. You can purchase additional coverage that will provide you additional services such as credit monitoring, credit report, lost document replacement, dark web monitoring, and score tracker. Learn more when you click here.
If you suspect that you have been the victim of fraud or identity theft, contact your Mountain Credit Union Member Service Representative. They will help you obtain a Recovery Advocate that is certified, professional, and case-dedicated to your suspected fraud event. The Recovery Advocate can help you with all types of suspected Identity Fraud, and the incident does not have to be associated with your account at Mountain Credit Union. The Recovery Advocate can help you with any suspected fraud detected with any account, credit card, medical, or tax-related fraud that you may suspect.
The Federal Trade Commission is a valuable source to learn about protecting yourself from scams & rip-offs. Visit the Federal Trade Commission Scam Awareness site by clicking on the banner below:Go to main navigation