With fraudsters targeting financial institutions using phone “spoofing” scams, here’s how to stay safe as a Columbia Credit Union member.
Columbia Credit Union and government agencies will never ask you to input your personally identifiable information over the phone.
Phone scams are nothing new—but with the holiday season in full swing, learn how to avoid holiday payment scams by checking this list twice.
Your Online & Mobile Banking password may need to be updated in order to meet our enhanced security requirements by March 22, 2022.
In light of the recent T-Mobile data breach, here are some steps you can take today and every day to keep your private information safe.
Always steer clear of any requests from strangers to send or receive money on someone else’s behalf. Here’s what the FBI says to look for.
Learn how to spot these common scams and keep yourself safe—then pass it on to your friends and family!
To help members stay vigilant, here are some of the latest fraud, identity theft, and other scams we want you to watch out for.
Tools to help you act quickly if your personal data is threatened come complimentary with your Columbia CU Visa credit card.
If you filed an unemployment claim in Washington State between January 1, 2020, and December 10, 2020, here are steps you can take.