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Fake phone calls, emails and text messages preying on CU Hawaii members

Fake email received by Hawaii247.com

Baron Sekiya/Hawaii247.com

Fake phone calls, emails and text messages claiming to be from CU Hawaii are contacting residents phishing for credit and debit card account information. One of the phone calls received by Hawaii247.com Saturday (May 30) was a recorded message saying there was ‘unusual activity’ on the account and gave a phone number to call back. According to CU Hawaii, they do not request this type of information via these sources.

From CU Hawaii’s website:

ALERT: We have received numerous reports from both members and non-members that they have received either an e-mail message, text message, or telephone call from CU Hawaii requesting either debit or credit card information. CU Hawaii DOES NOT request this type of information via these sources. If you have responded to any of these inquiries, take immediate steps to prevent unauthorized access to your account by calling 800-682-6075 for credit cards or 800-472-3272 for debit cards. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you. If you wish to have a representative contact you during normal business hours, please call 933-6700 or 800-933-6706 (non-local) or email us at info@cuhawaii.com.

For more information: www.cuhawaii.com

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