Current Alerts:

Mortgage Protection Scam - 6/15/2018

Credit Union members have reported receiving deceptive postcards or letters referencing a mortgage loan recently closed with the credit union. There are varying versions of this letter (see sample documents) encouraging members to apply for protection insurance on their loan.  These letters are NOT coming from us and are fraudulent attempts to obtain personal informaiton from you.  If you receive something like this, please disregard or reach out to Vermont Federal Credit Union at (888) 252-0202, Option 2.

Equifax Data Breach - 9/7/2017

Vermont Federal Credit Union is aware of a wide scale Equifax Data Breach that was reported in the news beginning 9/7/17. 

We encourage you to review our Resource Center for tips on Identity Theft and for resources in the event that you are a victim of identity theft.

Awareness is key in combating fraud. Should you receive any questionable calls or emails, do not provide your personal information including your account numbers, PIN numbers or social security number.

  • Vermont Federal will NEVER initiate a call or email to you requesting your personal information.
  • Do not call back a number provided over the phone or click on a link in an email.
  • To verify whether a call or email is legitimate, call Vermont Federal Credit Union at (888) 252-0202, Option 3.
  • Most fraudulent communications will include something that will concern or excite the victim.
  • If you have been the victim of a scam, file a complaint with local law enforcement and notify us at (888) 252-0202, option 2 or at your local branch.

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