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STAY ALERT: It has been reported by a few Partners 1st FCU members that scammers are spoofing our phone number and asking for account, card and online access numbers and credentials. Remember, Partners 1st will NEVER call you to ask for this information. Click here for more information on recent scams.

Recent Scams

Once identity thieves have your personal information, they can drain your bank account, run up charges on your credit cards, open new utility accounts, or get medical treatment on your health insurance. If you suspect that someone is misusing your personal information, acting quickly is the best way to limit the damage. Setting things straight involves some work. Watch out for the scams described below, and make sure to let us know if you suspect fraud.
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How to Avoid Scams

With scammers getting more and more crafty, recognizing common signs of a scam and exercising caution is more prevalent today than ever before. Learn the signs and stay alert.

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Imposter Scams Targeting Nurses During COVID-19

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Remain Vigilant to Ongoing Cybersecurity Threats

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