Alerts

ATTENTION: Many scams materialize when catastrophe occurs. Recent violence and natural disaster have increased opportunity for scammers to scam. Stay up to date with Federal Trade Commission scam alerts! View FTC scam alerts (new window).

ATTENTION: Beware of fake online payday lenders that ask you to enroll in online or mobile banking and then request your login credentials. Also, beware of fake lenders that ask you to send money.

ATTENTION: If you receive a phone message stating that your debit card has been shut down and are later prompted to enter your 16-digit card number, please DO NOT comply.

ATTENTION: View useful information offered by NCUA (new window) about preventing or reporting identity theft that may be perpetrated using fake contacts that appear to be IRS requests for taxpayer information.

ATTENTION: Under normal circumstances, collection calls come directly from an ACT 1st FCU employee.

ATTENTION: For your protection, all international debit card transactions are blocked. If you plan to travel outside the US, we can temporarily exempt your debit card from the rule. Thank you.

ATTENTION: If you are making purchases at grocery stores or gas stations in the states of California, Nevada or Indiana, you will be required to use your PIN NUMBER. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact a credit union representative at 301-729-8015. Thank you!!

ATTENTION: Beware of criminals claiming to be representatives of the U.S. Treasury and Internal Revenue Service. Read more (new window).

ATTENTION: Under normal circumstances, Microsoft does not return telephone calls. Be very cautious when releasing account information to a company claiming to be an affiliate of Microsoft.