Fraud protection helps keep your finances secure

At Oregon State Credit Union, we work hard to protect our members from fraud by developing tools designed to thwart scammers, and by providing helpful fraud protection information that can help members learn how to safeguard personal information.

Be aware, take action now

  1. Report fraud: see details here

  2. See what's on the watch list

  3. Learn more from our fraud resources

  4. Don't fall for it:

    • Oregon State Credit Union will never ask you for your online banking username and password or for the authentication code you’re sent when you log in to online banking or the mobile banking app. To protect your financial information, never:

      • Respond to suspicious emails or texts

      • Share your account information

      • Share your online banking username and password

On our fraud watch list

August 29, 2002

You don’t have to pay for student loan forgiveness

Don’t fall for this scam. If you hold federal student loans, you may be eligible to have some of that loan forgiven under a new government plan recently announced. You don’t have to do anything or pay anybody to sign up for the new program. Nobody can get you in early, help you jump the line or guarantee eligibility. Anybody who says they can (for a fee) is trying to scam you.

As of late August, 2022, the Department of Education is still working out the details of the plan. When they are ready, they will release information on how to sign up for student loan forgiveness. Remember: You can’t pay anyone to make this happen faster or to guarantee your loans will be forgiven.

Learn and prepare: fraud resource articles

Recognize common scams, take action if you think you are a victim of fraud, and learn what you can do to protect your finances from fraud.

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