Stay Safe from Card Skimming Scams
Stay safe from card skimming scams by educating yourself on what to look for when swiping your physical cards.
Spotting A Romance Scam
February is here and love is in the air. Romance scams are all over the internet and can be difficult to spot.
Protect Your Identity With EZShield
Enjoy peace of mind with identity protection for you and your family.
Protect Yourself From Phishing Scams
Northern Credit Union will NEVER call and ask for personal information over the phone.
Recent Data Breach Update
Stop fraudsters in their tracks with our tips to protect your personal information.
Identity Theft Toolkit
The resources in this toolkit are designed to help make your personal information safer.
Text Message Fraud Alerts
With our new debit card monitoring service every transaction will be reviewed in real time helping make your account more secure.
Spotting Counterfeit Bills
Check out our top tips to avoid being burned by counterfeit bills.
Tips for Safe Online Shopping
Be sure to check out our top tips for keeping your information secure while taking advantage of the many benefits of online shopping.
The Many Faces of Identity Theft
Identity thieves can target their victims in a variety of ways. Learn what they are and how to avoid them.
Identity Theft: A Survivor's Guide
Understand the three vital steps that will help victims of identity theft assess, organize and recover.
Common Scams That Target the Elderly
Learn which “too good to be true” claims targeting senior citizens you should watch out for.
Fraudulent Check & Money Orders
Stop scammers in their tracks to prevent fraud by learning to spot red flags before depositing checks and money orders.
Guarding Against Identity Theft
Protect yourself against identity theft by securing these four main pathways to your personal information.
Fight Fraud with a Credit File Freeze
Stop identity theft in its tracks by preventing credit bureaus from releasing your report and score.
Protect Your Credit with Fraud Alerts
Adding a fraud alert to your credit file warns credit issuers your personal data has been—or may have been –illegally accessed.