Security and Fraud

Identity Theft and Fraud: The Differences

By Jamie Wagner, Ph.D. Protecting Your Identity In today’s world of data breaches, compromised passwords and credit card fraud we’ve become accustomed to the idea of identity theft and identity fraud. It’s become so status quo that those two phrases are interchanged...

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Be Aware of Active Online Banking Scam

Active Online Banking Phone Scam As a financial institution, it is our job to educate you about fraud to ensure you don’t become a victim. Unfortunately, we have received notice that fraudsters are posing as Centris employees, spoofing our phone number and calling...

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Omaha Shred Day is June 23

Centris Federal Credit Union will host its annual community shred day on Saturday, June 23, from 8 am to noon at our headquarters location, 11825 Q Street, in Omaha. Datashield will be on hand to offer secure, on-location shredding of members' no-longer-needed...

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Be Aware of Counterfeit Cashier’s Checks

Instances of counterfeit cashier's checks with the Centris logo and address have been circulating nationwide. Please verify the validity of a check you may receive by contacting our Account Services department at (402) 334-7000 ext “0” or stopping into a branch. Click...

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Fraud: How to Identify and Prevent It

Fraud Awareness Unfortunately fraudsters and scammers have become increasingly common in our market. No longer limited to bigger cities, these people are targeting individuals right here in our community. As a financial institution, it is our job to educate consumers...

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System Maintenance Alert

Mobile and online banking will be unavailable due to a system upgrade on Saturday, December 16, from 6:30 pm to 11:59 pm. During this time, you will be unable to access the applications and conduct transactions or check your balance. Please plan ahead and conduct any...

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