Fraud Resource Center

Fraud of all types continues to plague credit unions and their members. It’s important to stay informed, prepared, and protected. The resources below are intended to help detect and prevent fraud at your credit union, as well as to assist you and your employees in reporting it when it occurs. If you have something occurring, let us know so we can communicate with other credit unions.

The Montana Office of Consumer Protection has an informative Facebook page. ‘Like’ it to keep up on current scams, consumer information, and fraud alerts impacting our state.

*Consumers continue to report the prevalence of the Social Security Administration imposter scam. Find out more by visiting this FTC page. Their Sept. 16 Consumer Alert also contains a sample of the audio recording of the SSA fraudulent calls.

*NCUA released a rare risk alert on business email compromise fraud.

Donya Parrish VP-Risk Management

800-745-5546, ext. 122

Direct: 406-324-7374

NCUA Fraud line 800-827-9650