Credit union warns of spike in phishing scam targeting local customers
Randolph-Brooks Federal Credit Union has had nearly $1 million in fraud attempts in just the past two weeks, said Vice-President of Enterprise Fraud Brian Munsterteiger, and most of the targets, from what he has seen, have 210 area codes.
RBFCU advises community on suspicious texts, phone calls
KSAT Community partner Randolph-Brooks Federal Credit Union (RBFCU) is working with its members and the community to halt fraud by impersonators of RBFCU or other financial institutions, who may try to gain access to account information through text messages, emails or phone calls.
Tips on how to take action and be on the lookout for scams after the winter storm
“But no one should overlook the probability of financial scams that could prey upon your financial accounts. Remember, RBFCU and other financial institutions will not place calls and ask for your sign-in information, including passwords. The Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA) is warning everyone to not trust individuals who offers financial help and then ask for money or personal information. Even if the contractor is not known for scams, you can question their level of work if they are reluctant to provide references. Texas Winter Storms (DR-4586) Rumor ControlDo your part to stop the spread of rumors by doing three easy things:Find trusted sources of information.