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Fraudsters posing as online suitors convince people to provide account login credentials or even transfer funds. These scammers may use account information, ACH debits, and enroll in mobile remote deposit capture to cash fraudulent checks. Members subsequently are tricked into transferring the funds to the scammer before the ACH debits or checks are returned.

For your protection, never give out your banking information to anyone.  Please remember PSCU will never ask for your account number or personal information.



Email phishing scams use fake emails claiming to represent an actual company or organization, such as PSCU. These fake emails ask for personal, account, and login information. PSCU will NEVER ask for your personal information in this manner.

If you suspect an email message, please delete and do not reply. If you believe your personal information has been compromised, please contact our Communication Center immediately at (303) 691-2345, (970) 416-5000, or (800) 437-7328.



Every year sophisticated thieves steal millions of dollars from consumers by “skimming” their personal account information. Skimming, sometimes called “card cloning,” involves a thief installing a magnetic card reader, or skimmer, over the actual card reader at an ATM or gas pump.

When you swipe your card, the skimming device steals the information and transmits it to a remote computer. At the same time, a tiny, concealed camera reads your PIN as you key it in.

The camera often is in a bar the thief has affixed to the machine that looks the ATMs trim. Criminals usually ensure their counterfeit equipment matches the machine’s color scheme. Their methods are growing more sophisticated, including keypads that fit over the machine’s real keypad, eliminating the need for the camera.

Luckily, you can take steps to avoid becoming a victim:

• Use the same ATM as often as possible. Memorize how it looks, so you will know if anything about it looks fishy.
• Inspect the ATM. If anything looks unusual—cracked, loose, scratched, or taped—don’t use it.
• Avoid ATMs in popular tourist locations, as they’re common targets. When possible, use indoor ATMs, which are harder for thieves to tamper with.
• When entering your PIN on the keypad, cover the keypad with your free hand to block the view of a spying camera.

Check your account often. If you notice unusual activity, contact us at (303) 691-2345, (970) 416-5000 or (800) 437-7328 immediately.

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Please take a moment to make sure that we have your correct mailing address, phone number and email address on file so we can contact you with important information about your account.

You can update your information by:

  • Calling us at (303) 691-2345, (970) 416-5000 or (800) 437-7328
  • Mailing us at Public Service Credit Union, PO Box 5238, Englewood, CO 80155
  • Sending us a secure message in My eBanking, or
  • Emailing us at membercare%$pscu[]org