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, our security measures and your awareness of potential scams can help minimize the risk to your accounts and personal financial information.
If you suspect your accounts and personal information have fraudulent activity. Click below on how to dispute and protect your accounts from future threats.
Report and Recover From Fraud
If your card and/or PIN are lost or stolen, contact Card Services at 410-272-4000, option 1. For other ways to contact Card Services, click the below button.
Report a Lost or Stolen Card
To protect your personal information from identity thieves, here are some tips for safer and smarter online shopping.
Shop Safer and Smarter Online
In the event of a data breach, we are here to help you monitor the security of your identity and financial information.
Discover What You Can Do to Protect Your Information
Protect yourself from the latest ATM scam called “skimming.” Thieves are looking for your ATM or debit card number and your PIN. If they can capture both, they can access your account. For a quick lesson on how to prevent thieves from "skimming" your ATM and debit cards, click here.
Equifax® Personal Solutions offers three products that can help today’s consumer protect the information in his or her credit files, make better decisions that will improve credit scores, and stay ahead of the growing problem of identity theft and credit fraud. APGFCU encourages our members to review the benefits and the security that these products can offer. Get started with protecting your credit.
Minimize your personal information from being compromised by reviewing the below tips.
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.