Fraud Prevention Month

Identity theft and financial scams are among the fastest growing crimes in North America.

It can happen to anyone. Criminals are becoming more sophisticated, using the latest trends and technologies to defraud Canadians. To protect yourself, you need to be aware as well as proactive.

Stay Alert!

Not only do alerts help you keep track of your accounts, but they add another layer of security to your online banking experience by alerting you of account activity by text message, email or both! Security Alerts notify you of specific account activity for you to verify. If the account activity was not completed by you, it could be an indication of fraud.
Click here to learn how to sign up or visit one of our branches!

Educate yourself!

Visit our CUSmarter about Fraud Prevention to learn more about fraud so you can protect you, and the ones most important to you. Find out what types of scams are currently affecting Canadians and what you can do to stay safe.

Lunch and Learn!

RSVP to attend our Lunch and Learn: Fraud Prevention, in partnership with the Weyburn Police Service, on March 28th from 12-1pm. Learn about current scams, how to protect yourself, ask questions, and enjoy a free lunch! 


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