As we all know, phishing scams and other fraudulent activity are on the increase, putting your credit union and its members at risk. These scams appear to come from an "official" financial entity and usually attempt to obtain personal information from the email recipient.
To help keep you informed, Alloya will post fraud alerts on this webpage as we become aware of them.
Fraud information will also be posted on the homepage of our online account management system: Premier View.
Security is everyone's responsibility.
Our Fraud Alerts are meant to inform, but are by no means an exhaustive fraud management system for your credit union.
| Cybercriminals Targeting CU Employee Credentials to Conduct Wire Transfer Fraud
September 21, 2012- View printable format > (pdf)
|Archived Fraud Alerts|
|Fraudulent Emails Appearing to Come from NACHA
September 8, 2011- View printable format > (pdf)
|E-mail Claiming to Be From the FDIC
July 19, 2011- View printable format > (pdf)