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Scam Alerts

With new cases of fraud reported every day, it is important to protect yourself. Horizons North Credit Union wants to help ensure your accounts and identity remain safe.

Please click on the links below to guard yourself against other fraud threats.

Horizons North Credit Union is working to keep your accounts and your identity safe.

Target Breach - Target has reported that nearly 40 million customers who made credit or debit card purchases in their U.S. stores from Nov. 27 to Dec. 15, 2013 may be affected by a data breach. Customer names, payment card numbers, expiration dates, and CVV security codes may have been compromised. If you feel your HNCU debit card has been compromised, please contact us immediately at 303-451-1146, so we can take the proper steps. If you have a HNCU credit card please call 1-877-875-8078.

Fraud Prevention Videos
Simple Tips For Keeping Your Personal Information Safe

To help educate our members, we have five short videos available that address keeping your personal information secure.

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Identity Theft Resources

Click here to learn about ways to protect your identity.

Scam Alert

Members have received text alerts/phone calls asking them to verify their account information. HNCU will NEVER ask you to update or verify your personal or account information through an unsolicited phone call, text message or e-mail. Please call us at 303-451-1146 if you have any questions or have received and responded to a text message or automated call.

809 Area Code Scam

Be cautious when responding to e-mails or phone calls from the 809, 284 or 876 area codes.

THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT INFORMATION PROVIDED TO UNITED STATES RESIDENTS BY AT&T.

Fraudsters / pranksters are getting people to call someone at these area codes by telling you that it is information about a family member who has been ill or to tell you someone has been arrested, died, or to let you know you have won a wonderful prize, etc.

Click here to learn more about the 809 Area Code Scam