Financial Center is no longer blocking any debit card transactions originating from California. We apologize for this inconvenience and thank you for your patience.
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Due to a substantial amount of fraud activity from debit card transactions originating from California, Financial Center has blocked all Point of Sale debit card transactions from California effective immediately.
Our Credit Union's name has recently been utilized for fraudulent purposes. If you have received a letter recently from Infiniti Research Group or Lightspeed Research Inc. indicating that you've been selected as a Customer Service Evaluator in your area, along with an accompanying cashier's check (purportedly from Financial Center) and a request to wire money through Western Union - do not attempt to cash or deposit this check or wire any money.
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The Credit Union has received multiple notifications from individuals who have received text messages from 317.550.9258 indicating that an FCFCU debit card has been compromised or deactivated. This is a phishing attempt to obtain member debit card and/or PIN number information.
Online banking, BillPayer, and MoneyLine (Financial Center’s bank by phone system) will be unavailable on Saturday, January 15th from 2:00 pm to 8:00 pm for a service upgrade.