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1/24/2024

Arkansas Federal’s Guide to Financial Security

Protect yourself from fraud

Fraudsters are constantly trying new and inventive ways to gain access to your personal financial information. Learn to spot and report suspicious activity to protect your identity and money.

The Bottom Line

Never share a secure access code sent to your phone or email. Arkansas Federal will never call, text, or email you to ask for your account number, credit card information, debit card information, pin numbers, or secure access code. If you answer a call that’s suspicious, hang up and call us directly at 800.456.3000 to confirm the correspondence. This is the same course of action if you receive a suspicious email or text. Don’t reply, and don’t click on any links; instead, reach out to our call center to see if it’s legit.

Financial Safety Crash Course (less than 10 minutes)

Take 10 minutes and read these three articles to get a quick masterclass in financial safety.

Types of Financial Scams

As the number of fraud attempts increases, we invite you to familiarize yourself with the most common types of financial scams so you are aware and prepared to protect yourself should you encounter them.

Tips for Financial Security

Fraudsters are getting more sophisticated and more convincing. It’s getting harder to know when you’re being scammed, but there are some tips to follow to keep your money and account information safe.  

Holliday Financial Security Tips

Whether you’re shopping online or in person, the holidays always see an uptick in fraud. Learn how to protect yourself by reading the following articles.

Get Started Now. It's Easy!

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Call us at 800.456.3000 or visit your local branch.