Member Alert: Oregon Department of Transportation Data Breach
The Oregon Department of Transportation confirms that a data breach has compromised the driver’s licenses of 3.5 million Oregonians. A hacking organization breached computer systems at the Oregon DMV in a massive cyberattack. The cyberattack did not impact Unitus Community Credit Union. All member information is secure. However, your personal information could be at risk if hackers obtained your driver’s license data. Read more
Account security is a team effort
Whether you’re shopping, opening an account, transferring money or just checking your balance, you want to be sure your banking transactions are secure. Being proactive and following the latest industry guidance, you can help protect your accounts from fraudsters.
Fraud Prevention Tips
Fraud Prevention Tips
Learn about common scams, the warning signs, and how you can protect yourself. Search ‘Fraud Prevention Tips’ in our blog to read more.
Peer-To-Peer (P2P) Scams
With Peer-to-Peer payments, it’s never been easier to send money, but these apps do come with risks. Learn how to protect yourself and stay safe.
Learn How to Protect Yourself from Identity Theft in a Few Easy Steps
Don’t fall victim to identity theft! Take action right now to better protect yourself. Get started with these simple to follow steps.
Romance Scams: What They Are and How to Beat Them
Scammers love to take advantage of lonely hearts as these people are typically vulnerable and willing to make new love connections online.
Take action if you suspect your identity/account is compromised
If you notice suspicious activity on any Unitus account, credit card or debit card, we are here to help. Contact us immediately using a method below:
- Visit our Virtual Branch to live chat or video chat instantly.
- Call us at 503-227-5571 or 1-800-452-0900 to get help from a Member Service Specialist.
- To report lost or stolen debit or credit card after business hours, call 503-423-8315 or 1-800-422-3132 (option 2).
We also encourage you to file a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the U.S. government agency tasked with investigating deceptive or unfair business practices. This will help protect other innocent people from fraud.