One of our top priorities at Air
Force Federal Credit Union is to keep information about
your accounts private and secure.
Air Force Federal Credit Union
will never ask you to provide account numbers, passwords,
Social Security Numbers or other private or personal
information about you through e-mail.
If you receive a request for this
information, you should delete it immediately. Please
read our Security Policy
and review our security alerts to find out more.
Report a Crime
If you’ve been a victim of
an Internet crime, report it immediately to the Internet
Crime Complaint Center.
The Internet Crime Complaint Center
(iC3) is an alliance between the National White Collar
Crime Center (NW3C) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation
(FBI). For information on the iC3 click
Don't Be A Victim
Unsolicited requests for information
are called "phishing". Its pronounced
"fishing," and thats exactly what these
thieves are doing: "fishing" for your personal
They want your account numbers,
passwords, Social Security numbers and other confidential
information to empty your checking account, run up your
credit cards or - worse - make you the victim of identity
Don't do it! Here's
how "phishing" works...
The best way to protect your accounts,
personal information and even your identity is to be
well informed. Know what the thieves can do - and learn
what you can do to protect yourself:
For more information on phishing
and identity theft, check out the FTC's comprehensive
Charge: Fighting Back Against Identity Theft.
Visit Texasfightsidtheft.gov –a web site launched by the Texas Attorney General to fight ID theft, help victims.
Watch out for tax rebate scams. Click here for more information.