RBFCU members have reported receiving phishing calls regarding credit cards with another local credit union. These members do not have cards with the financial institution in question, but are being asked to submit their personal information.
Please do not respond to these calls or messages; they are fraudulent attempts to access and compromise your card information. Even though you may not have a credit card with the other financial institution, the scammers are casting a wide net and contacting many people within our community.
At RBFCU, we value our members' security. We will never contact you and ask you for your account, card or personal information. If you receive a suspicious phone call, please do not provide any information. If you believe you may have shared personal/RBFCU account information with the scammer, please report the incident, so we may take action to protect your account from fraudulent access.