Previous Fraud Alerts

May 2011
Below is a copy of a fraudulent e-mail, attempting to phish your account, DO NOT OPEN THE SELF-EXTRACTING ARCHIVE, PDF

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From: info@nacha.org [mailto:info@nacha.org]

Sent: Thu 5/26/2011 6:43 AM

To: YOUR E_MAIL ADDRESS

Subject: Your ACH transfer

The ACH transaction (ID: 5032953049250), recently sent from your bank account (by you or any other person), was rejected by the other financial institution.

Canceled transfer

Transaction ID:
 5032953049250

Rejection Reason
 See details in the report below

Transaction Report
report_5032953049250.pdf.exe (self-extracting archive, Adobe PDF)

You may call NACHA @ 703 561 1100

NACHA – The Electronic Payments Association
13450 Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite 100
Herndon, VA 20171
Phone: 703-561-1100
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Forward fraudulent emails that claim to be from NACHA to abuse@nacha.org.
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May 2011

There have been recent reports of possible fraudulent transactions involving members’ debit, ATM, and credit card accounts. Please review your account activity as soon as possible and contact the credit union if there are any charges in your account that you did not authorize. While the possible breach did not in any way involve Keystone Federal Credit Union systems, we are very concerned about the potential impact on our members. We will continue to keep our membership abreast of developments as they occur.

April 2011

We have recently received reports of a telephone text message alert scam. The fraudulent text message alert included a message asking the member to send the last four digits his/her social security number. The message also stated that Keystone FCU would email the member's account number to him/her. This is not a legitimate text message and was not authorized by Keystone FCU. Keystone FCU does not send text message alerts. Please do not respond to any messages like the one listed above.

If you have received this fraudulent text message alert or any text alerts that say they are from the credit union, please notify your cell phone carrier so they may trace the origins of the text messages. You may also contact the Federal Trade Commission at www.ftc.gov/phonefraud and the Credit Union. Thank you for your cooperation.

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