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Security Scam (May 13, 2022)
Mid Minnesota Federal Credit Union takes your personal financial security very seriously. Please remember, do not provide account information over the phone or click on links included in emails or texts you were not expecting.

Never provide your financial information such as debit and credit card account number or online banking information, unless you have initiated the phone call or purchase. Scammers are using words and phone numbers to mimic people and places that you trust, like your credit union. MMFCU will never ask for your account number if we call you.
We will not ask for any personal information via telephone or email that you, the member, has not initiated.
If you are unsure if a phone call, email or text is legitimate, call us at (218) 829-0371. After hours, you can call 1-866-820-8776, 24/7 for help with MMFCU Debit or Credit Cards. Do not return calls via a phone number provided by the "in-question" call, email or text.
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Fraud Checklist

Consider the information and tips to keep yourself protected.
This checklist of items to consider and information you may need after fraud occurs as well as information on how to avoid fraud in the future can help keep you protected from fraud and identity theft, or help if you think you are a victim of fraud.
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Amazon Imposter Scam

Protect yourself and others by being diligent.
Recently there has been an uptick in scams where a fraudster is impersonating Amazon, reaching out to offer you a "refund" for this recent unauthorized purchase. Sometimes they accidentally transfer too much to you and ask you to send some back, by purchasing gift cards.

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Protect Yourself by Setting up Alerts and Controls

Set up Alerts and Controls on your Debit and Credit Cards to protect yourself.

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Avoiding Online Romance Scams

For many Americans, finding love and companionship means turning to online dating sites, mobile apps and social networking sites. 
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Steps to Assist in Preventing Identity Theft

No one can guarantee that your identity will not be stolen, but there are some basic steps you can take to protect yourself.