Protect Your Money and Identity

Consumers are losing billions of dollars every year due to increasing instances of identity theft and fraud. While financial institutions like PSECU can oftentimes help you recover your lost funds, it’s better to not become a victim at all. Taking preventative action now can save you time and headaches in the future. From locking down your social media profiles to using PSECU’s e-alert service, this video highlights five quick steps you can take to protect your money and identity.

Ready to take the first steps to protect yourself? Learn more about our free e-alert service and sign up after logging into your account in online banking under “My Profile” or in our Mobile+ app by selecting “More,” then “Manage Alerts.” To sign up for electronic statements, log into your account in online banking account, click on “My Money,” and select “e-Statements.”

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