Please be aware of fraudsters contacting members unexpectedly via a phone call, text or email pretending to be APGFCU fraud detection employees.
If you receive a suspicious unsolicited call, email or text appearing to be from APGFCU and requesting information:
At APGFCU, we offer chip card technology, card fraud text alerts and theft protection for your debit and credit cards. Discover how these features can protect you from identity theft and minimize the risk to your accounts and personal financial information.
APGFCU issues Visa credit and debit cards featuring chip technology, which provides an added layer of security to your card at no cost to you. Find out more about chip card technology by clicking the below button.
Learn More About Chip Cards
APGFCU cards are continuously monitored for potential fraud. If the monitoring identifies activity that could be fraudulent, we will contact our members by phone or text. To receive card fraud text alerts, members must enroll. The following options are available for text enrollment.
We also offer the APGFCU Card Manager app, a companion app to Online Banking. With the APGFCU Cards app, a member can:
To learn more about the APGFCU Cards app, click here.
When you shop online and see the Visa Secure badge on participating merchant sites, this means your online purchases are secured with Visa. Visa has developed a program that helps confirm your identity when you make an online purchase at participating merchant sites. There's no need to download anything, install software or register. During an online purchase from your desktop, mobile or another digital device, you may be guided through an extra check to verify your identity. Click the button below to learn more.
Learn More about Visa Secure
In addition to great spending power, your APGFCU Visa® Credit Card comes with a host of benefits available to you as a card member, including identity theft protection. Discover more about the Visa Protection Package, by clicking the below button.
Visa Protection Package
Protect your PIN and debit card number against thieves who use an ATM scam called "skimming". There are multiple ways a thief can capture both pieces of information to access your accounts. For a quick lesson on how to protect personal account information, click the below button.
Learn More about ATM - Skimming
Use the following methods to contact us if you have suspicious activity on your accounts, or if you suspect you are a victim of fraud or identity theft.