Although we have no reports of Pen Air being "phished" as of now, we feel it is necessary for us to remind you that email internet fraud is becoming more and more common. Email fraud attempts, called "phishing", are initiated via email and sent to the general public which may include some of our credit union members. The false email asks the recipient to click on a link which has been provided and to enter certain account information for verification. If the recipient proceeds to click on the link, it directs them to a false website and asks for their credit union account number and PIN, along with other personal information.

Pen Air does not ask credit union members for such personal information. Anyone who receives an email that purports to be from Pen Air and asks for account information should consider it to be a fraudulent attempt to obtain their personal account data for an illegal purpose and should not follow the instructions in the email.

If you responded to such an email and provided any confidential account information, please notify Pen Air immediately of the scheme. You should also change your account's PIN, and take any additional actions recommended by your credit union to protect your account.

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Email Phishing