APG Federal Credit Union will never solicit your personal identification information via email. If you did respond to such a solicitation, please stop in any branch and notify a member service representative or call APG Federal Credit Union’s Member Service Center at 410-272-4000 or 1-800-225-2555, and press four. For more information visit http://www.cuna.org/initiatives/internet_fraud.html
If you feel you are a victim of potential fraud, please call APG Federal Credit Union’s Member Service Center at 410-272-4000 or 1-800-225-2555, and press four, or stop in any branch and notify a member service representative.
Latest Fraud Alerts:
Defend against the latest mobile app phishing scam
More and more mobile applications are downloaded everyday with the increased usage of smart phones, cell phones with built-in or add-on applications and Internet access. Recent scams target these mobile apps to "phish" for personal or financial information. These scams are very dangerous because there is always at least one element that makes the scam believable. Read More
Facts about the latest text messaging scam
Nationally, cell phone users are reporting bogus text messages claiming to be from "Credit Union Services." The bogus messages ask the person to call the number provided to reactivate his or her debit / credit cards. This criminal activity is called "smishing." APG Federal Credit Union will never ask for member information using text messaging.
Debit Card Solicitation Scam
If you receive an unsolicited phone call or text message requesting your APG Federal Credit Union 16-digit debit card number and PIN (Personal Identification Number), please do not supply the information. Never provide your Social Security number or any other personal information by phone or over the Internet unless you initiate the contact, or can confirm you're dealing with a legitimate organization.
APG Federal Credit Union will not contact you to request:
- Social Security numbers
- Account numbers
- PIN numbers