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News & Newsletters

News & Newsletters

Can you identify fraud?

Don't Fall Victim to Fraudsters


Scammers can use software that makes it look like GENCO or another financial institution is texting, calling or emailing you. This causes you to believe the call is trustworthy. These fraudulent calls almost always begin with the caller/messenger asking you to verify your account information. Never provide or confirm personal or financial information during any communication that you do not initiate.

A Member's Experience


Watch our video about a members experience with GENCO. We appreciate Mark sharing with us his journey and how GENCO was able to help.

If you like this video find us on facebook at "GENCOFCU" and hit "like" and maybe share it with a friend.

Thanks for watching!

Awareness & Scams


Scammers may try to take advantage of you and come at you from all directions.

They might get in touch by phone, email, postal mail, text, or social media. Protect your money and your identity. Don't share personal information like your bank account number, Social Security number, or date of birth.