Our Fraud updates page was created in order to make you aware of scams that target members of this and other credit unions. Orlando Federal Credit Union does not solicit personal and or financial information via email/text/phone. If you suspect, you are a victim of fraud we ask you to contact us at 407.835.3500 option 0 or email email@example.com.
Fraudulent Raffle: NORTH AMERICA MEGA SWEEPSTAKES RAFFLE, February, 2015
Be aware of the following scam:
Members receive fraudulent sweepstakes letter in the mail.
Letter announces he/she is a winner.
Fraudulent check enclosed as advance payment for Tax and Insurance handling fee.
You are asked to do the following if you receive a similar letter:
DO NOT Follow the instructions on the letter.
DO NOT call the number on the letter.
DO NOT deposit the check that came with the letter.
Please Call us at 407.835.3500 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns.
WARNING! Financial Scams tied to Ebola. November 6, 2014.
Fraudulent Orlando Federal Credit Union Cashier's Checks, October 7, 2014
We have been alerted that fraudulent Orlando Federal Credit Union cashier's checks are being mailed to members and non-members. The cashier's checks are being mailed out with a letter containing instructions on what to do. Note that this is a SCAM, DO NOT follow the instructions on the letter.
Most of the scams lately have been from a response to a “secret shopper” or “work-at-home” scam. If you are the recipient of or know someone who received such a letter and cashier's check, we ask you to do the following:
Fraudulent Phone Calls (Phishing Scam): September 26, 2014
Alert! Suspicious phone call to member of Orlando Federal Credit Union. Call was made to member and was dropped. After a few minutes member was contacted again. The female, who did not identify herself, asked if someone from the bank had contacted the member concerning her debit card. Member did not own a debit card. Call came from a wireless telephone number. Call appears to be a phishing scam in which the caller tries to get the member to share his or her personal/account information. Orlando Federal Credit Union does not ask members' personal and/or account information over the phone or by email.
We ask you to do the folowing: