Protecting Yourself and Your Money

Educate Yourself

In today's world of advanced technology and communications, it seems like the chances of falling prey to fraud, through scams, etc., is becoming increasingly more common.  This means that we, as consumers, need to be smarter about how we transact, who we talk to, and what we tell them.  Please use the information provided below to familiarize yourself with Fraud and Identity Theft and how to prevent it from happening to you.

Fraud Awareness Tips

 ***FRAUD Alerts***          

Protect Your Computer

Protect Yourself    

Report It    

Retain Your Own Identity     

Paint Yourself Out of a Corner-Identity Recovery       

Theses documents were prepared in 2007 by Catherine Herber of Valley Credit Union with input from Credit Union Central of Nova Scotia's Risk Management department