Telephone Phishing - November 8, 2010

**IMPORTANT ALERT**

New Alert - Updated: November 8, 2010

We have been notified that members are receiving fraudulent calls on their home and cell phones, stating that their debit and/or credit card has been temporarily deactivated, suspended or closed. The recording asks the member to verify information to reinstate the card. DO NOT enter your card number, PIN or any other information. These calls are not from UVA Community Credit Union.

Such a scam could be used to discern information used to steal your account information.

If you responded to this fraudulent call, you may be at risk for subsequent fraud. Visit our Identity Theft Reporting section if you believe you have been a victim of identity theft.

You can learn more about protecting your computer in our Identity Theft Protection section or by visiting staysafeonline.org.

UVA Community Credit Union will never contact you by email, cell phone, text message, or telephone asking for your personal information. If you have been a victim of a scam and think your UVA Community Credit Union account information may have been compromised, contact us immediately at 434-964-2001 or toll-free, 1-888-887-9136 or by secure email through Online Banking.

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