Fraud Alert: Look out for scammers trying to contact you through text messages, emails and phone calls. Giving out personal or financial information may cause you to suffer a financial loss. Only log in from the Educators Credit Union Mobile Banking app or directly on our official website (ecu.com).

ALERT: Phishing Email Being Sent to Educators Credit Union Members

Educators Credit Union members and non-members are receiving the following suspicious email pretending to be from the credit union. This is a phishing attempt and is not from Educators.

Educators Credit Union will never send you an email asking for your sensitive information. When Educators needs you to update information on your account, we will send a secure message within Online Banking.

The credit union is working hard to stop this email from going out and to protect members from this scam. If you or someone you know received this email, you should contact Educators Credit Union immediately at 262.886.5900.

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    1. Hi Natalie,

      Please give our Member Response Center a call at (262) 886-5900 or toll-free at (800) 236-5898.

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