Security and Safety
Swindlers take advantage of innocent consumers daily through computer viruses, email, text messaging, fraudulent checks and ATMs, and they're using the latest technology to pull off their scams. Know the latest trends to protect yourself. Read these articles and tips on how to avoid becoming a victim of fraud and scams:
White Sands FCU has implemented the following security measures to protect your account and personal information:
- White Sands FCU’s website is a secure site. Look for the padlock and also notice that the URL address will start with https://. A site without a padlock or a URL starting with http:// is not secure.
- White Sands FCU requires an 8 character alpha-numeric password.
- White Sands FCU uses watermarks or personal images to help you identify you are logging into your actual Online Banking account.
- White Sands FCU also has security challenge questions which may be prompted at any time to help identify who is actually logging in.
You are ultimately responsible for protecting your user ID’s and passwords and to perform periodic checks of your computer systems for these types of vulnerabilities. If your user ID’s and passwords are compromised, you may be at risk for a financial loss.
We cannot advise you as to all the potential threats to the security of your computer system or network so if you have particular questions or concerns we recommend that you contact a computer security specialist to help you secure your computer system to protect your financial information and combat fraud.
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(575) 647-4500 or (800) 658-9933.
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By mail: P.O. Box 99 Las Cruces, NM 88004
2755 North Main St, Las Cruces NM 88001
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