Protect Yourself from Fraud
Remember the golden rule, if it’s too good to be true, it probably isn’t true. Scammers are always clever, so stay on your guard. If someone wishes to give you free money by check and then asks you to wire some of the money back, BEWARE! Also be extremely wary of callers who attempt to capture your financial information over the phone.
Wright-Patt has added this page to help educate our members to recognize the warning signs of financial fraud. If you have questions or you think you might be a victim contact us at (937) 912-7000 or (800) 762-0047.
When someone you don’t know wants to pay you by check and wants you to wire some of the money back, BEWARE! Learn more.
Relax, your WPCU debit card is protected. In order to assure the security of your accounts, we may require you to use your 4-digit PIN (choose debit vs credit) to complete your purchases at certain merchants in areas where we have identified fraudulent activity. Learn more.
Read the frequently asked questions on how to protect yourself from financial fraud. Learn more.
Wright-Patt Credit Union has been made aware of an increase in fraudulent phone calls to people in many states across the country attempting to capture personal financial information. Learn more.
If you receive a text message asking you to enter or call about your personal financial information beware! These texts are fraudulent and were not sent from Wright-Patt Credit Union! Learn more.