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Zelle Scam Targeting Your Online Banking Credentials


Fraudsters love to target online banking credentials and credit card information. These calls, emails, or text messages will appear to come from First Northern Credit Union, but may be a spoofed identity.  

Please note: First Northern will NEVER contact you and ask for a passcode, PIN number, or login criteria for online banking. We will never ask you for your full credit card number, the 3-digit number on the back of the card, or the card expiration date. 

If you have opted in, we WILL contact you via phone, email, or text message to verify transactions that we flag as suspiciousl However, when verifying your transaction activity, the phone, email or text message will only ask you to reply Yes or No if you have recently done said transactions.

If you receive a call, email, or text message from someone posing as First Northern Credit Union, delete the email and/or hang up immediately and contact us.

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