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Don't fall for phone scams

Scammers are attempting to obtain your sensitive information and using “spoofing tactics”. Scammers are making phone calls and sending text messages pretending to be from a legitimate business. Some of our members have reported receiving calls from scammers pretending to be from First Choice Credit Union.

The Scammers state they are from the “Fraud Department” and offer to help one clear a fraudulent charge on your account. They will ask to verify your identity and ask for excessive amounts of information.

Be assured that First Choice Credit Union monitors your accounts for fraudulent activity. However, we will never call or text you asking for online login information, account numbers, passwords, full debit card numbers, PIN codes, CVC codes, social security numbers or validation texts from P2P Cash Sharing Apps.

If you receive a strange call pretending to be from First Choice Credit Union or the scammer says “Your Bank” and they begin to ask you for online login information or debit card information


(561) 641-0100

For more information on spoofing scams visit https://www.fcc.gov/spoofing

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1055 S. Congress Avenue
West Palm Beach, Florida 33406-5195

561.641.0100 Phone

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