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Beware of Home Warranty Voucher Scam

In recent times, a concerning scam has been circulating, targeting people under the guise of home warranty vouchers. The scam preys on individuals by sending fraudulent mail, claiming that their home warranty with the credit union is on the verge of expiration. Urgency is emphasized, compelling recipients to take immediate action to renew or secure their warranty coverage.

Here are some key points to remember:

Verify the Source –

If you receive a communication regarding your home warranty or any other service supposedly from your credit union, take a moment to verify its authenticity. Contact your credit union directly through trusted channels, such as official phone numbers or email addresses, to confirm whether the communication is legitimate.

Exercise Caution –

Be wary of urgent messages that pressure you to act quickly without giving you sufficient time to verify the details.

Protect Personal Information –

Never disclose sensitive information, such as Social Security numbers, bank account details, or passwords, in response to unsolicited communications. Legitimate organizations will never ask for such information via email or phone unless you initiate contact through secure channels.

Report Suspicious Activity –

If you receive a suspicious communication or believe you’ve been targeted by a scam, report it to your credit union immediately. Additionally, notify relevant authorities, such as the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), to help prevent further fraudulent activity.