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Report Something Suspicious

If you believe you've fallen victim to or been exposed to a scam, please fill out the Suspicious Activity Form

We take all attempts of fraud, scams, phishing, and spoofing seriously. If you have received any communication that you suspect may not be from Whitefish Credit Union, please report it right away.


Phishing is increasing in our area.

  • Fradulent emails are being sent to members and non-members informing them of restrictions to their accounts.

  • These emails do not come from Whitefish Credit Union - do not click the links.

  • This is an attempt to steal your information.



Text Phishing (or “Smishing”) is increasing in our area.

  • Regardless of who these fraudsters are pretending to be, the goal is the same: lure you into revealing personal information like your password, account number, PIN, or Social Security number.

  • The FCC warns, even if the message requests that you "text STOP" to end messages, do not respond.


Mortgage Mailing Scams

You may be targeted by a popular postcard mortgage scam if you recently purchased or refinanced your mortgage.

  • These postcards (which come in a variety of colors) are being sent to consumers across the country.

  • How does this scam work? After you move or close on a house, many of the records related to your mortgage become public information. This means that anyone can access details about your mortgage lender, borrower, loan amount, mortgage number, and property address through public records.

  • If you receive a postcard like this, please be aware that it is NOT from Whitefish Credit Union and is not affiliated with us in any way. DO NOT call the 800 number on the card.


If you've provided personal information to a scammer:

  • Even if you didn’t provide your password to a scammer, it’s best practice to change your passwords after a negative encounter.
  • WCU Online Banking: Find the Security tab under Settings to reset your password.

File a Report with the Federal Trade Commission “FTC”:

Ask for a “Fraud Alert” to be placed on your file.