We've recently seen an increase in members receiving calls from fraudsters posing as Freedom 1st. Unfortunately, there is nothing we can do to stop these calls; however, there are steps you can take to protect yourself should you receive one.
Some members have recently reported suspicious emails appearing to come from Freedom 1st Credit Union. As a reminder, the credit union will never solicit account-sensitive information via email and/or send links to click on advising you to activate or deactivate your account.
If you believe an email to be suspicious, please contact the credit union directly to verify the message's authenticity. And as a best practice, avoid clicking on any links you don't know for CERTAIN to be from Freedom 1st. Thank you to the members who brought this matter to our attention.
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