Things we’ll never ask you to do

If you get an email or a phone call about any of your credit union accounts, please remember these eight things LMCU will never ask you to do: Ask for your full PIN or any online banking passwords over the phone or via email Send someone to your home to collect cash, bank cards or […]

If you get an email or a phone call about any of your credit union accounts, please remember these eight things LMCU will never ask you to do:

  • Ask for your full PIN or any online banking passwords over the phone or via email
  • Send someone to your home to collect cash, bank cards or anything else
  • Ask you to email or text personal or banking information
  • Send an email with a link to a page which asks you to enter your online banking log-in details
  • Ask you to authorise the transfer of funds to a new account or hand over cash
  • Call to advise you to buy diamonds, land or other commodities
  • Ask you to carry out a test transaction online
  • Provide banking services through any mobile apps other than LMCU’s official apps

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