Security Tips

Security Tips

To help our members protect against fraud, we have provided some helpful security tips.


Phone Scams

Beware of these particular scams that are sweeping the nation:

  • The IRS Swindle
  • The “Family member” Scam
  • The “Computer Crash” Con

To see the full article on our blog page, click here.


Stopping Fraud on the go

  • Use strong alphanumeric passwords and change them regularly
  • Log out when you exit a social networking site
  • Install and maintain up to date industry-trusted antivirus and spyware software
  • Lock your mobile device with a password, so information can’t be accessed if it’s lost or stolen

To read the full article, click here.


Stop elder fraud from cheating a loved one.

Every year, crooks bombard senior Americans with all kinds of scams. Scammers with their con games and hoaxes cost people over 60 billion dollars every year. It can be difficult for some to admit they may have been victimized.

Learn more by reading the full article on our blog page, click here.


7 Ways to Protect Yourself When Shopping Online

Every year, stolen debit and credit card information account for billions of dollars in losses and fraud. Cybercriminals are standing by 24/7, so we’ve compiled a list of tips to keep yourself protected. Click here to read more.


Fraud Text Alert

Fraud is on the rise so Compass is providing a free service for members. If a suspicious transaction is triggered, our fraud prevention vendor will send you a text message. You can respond to the text and this will prevent your card from being restricted. Click here to learn more.


Preventing ID Theft

If a fraudster steals your personal information, they can run up charges on credit cards, withdraw money from your accounts, open new accounts in your name, and more. Click here for ways you can prevent identity theft.


Latest Scam

We have provided some information and tips on how you can protect yourself from phony emails and phishing scams. In this article, we will be focusing on the latest scam published by the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3). Click here to read the article.