Fraud Awareness

25 January, 2022

Fraud on Financial transactions is regularly reported in the News with Fraudsters becoming more sophisticated each day and producing frauds based on current topical news items. We need to do more to protect ourselves from becoming victims of fraud. While most financial frauds still use phone, texts and emails to commit the crime, fraudsters are using technology and publicly available information to trick people. As a valued member of our Credit Union, we hope our Fraud Awareness guide will help you to become more fraud aware. If you have any queries on this document, please do not hesitate to contact us at (044) 9348817.