We have exciting news for U: a new and enhanced Online and Mobile Banking experience is coming to APGFCU® member-owners in early 2023!
Identity thieves are posing as APGFCU to commit card fraud. They may call from a spoofed number and ask about possible fraudulent activity on your card.
If you receive such a call, DO NOT give out any personal information. Hang up and call us at our published number. Cick here for more information.
A new and enhanced Online and Mobile Banking experience is headed your way in early 2023. Stay tuned for more information coming soon.
To protect your personal information from identity thieves – here are some tips for safer and smarter online shopping:
Before you buy, read the return policy to find out who covers the shipping cost on a return or exchange.
Read the product description closely. Name-brand items at greatly reduced prices could be counterfeit.
Delete unsolicited email messages asking for personal information, and avoid clicking links in a fraudulent email, it could install spyware on your computer.
Look for a closed padlock on the browser's status bar, and the beginning of the website URL address should change from http to shttp or https.
Your computer should have anti-virus and anti-spyware software, and a firewall, which must be updated regularly to help protect against the latest threats.
With an APG Federal Credit Union Platinum Visa® Credit Card, we’ll reverse the charge if the product isn’t delivered or isn’t what was ordered. And, you may not be liable for charges.
Some "free" deals may come with strings attached, such as requirements to spend a minimum amount or buy certain products.
Print and save records of your online transactions.
By leaving your computer on, scammers can install malicious software and then control it remotely to commit cyber crime.