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How to Avoid FEMA Impersonators and Identity Theft
March 19, 2018
Identity theft scams are surprisingly common and subtle. Almost anyone can fall prey to them. One common form of identity theft scam involves FEMA impersonators. Learn the warning signs of FEMA fra...
How to Budget for the Holidays
December 18, 2017
Keep your checkbooks balanced and your budget in-check with these helpful Holiday tips. It’s easy to get carried away with Holiday cheer, but don’t let your financial status take a hit!
How to Travel Safely & Keep Your Home Safe During the Holidays
December 15, 2017
Jet-setters and road warriors read on! TDECU has some important safety tips to keep you safe while you’re ringing in the season!
Tell Us Your Travel Plans to Avoid Declined Transactions
November 10, 2017
: Avoid the hassle of denied transactions due to suspicious activity. Notify TDECU of your upcoming travel plans through Online/Mobile Banking.
How to Safely Shop Online
August 21, 2017
Learn how to online shop safely and protect yourself from identity theft. Keep your personal information safe with our tips to safe online shopping.
3 Ways to Protect Your Financial Information from Hackers
November 25, 2016
Today's technology makes it easier than ever to conduct a full range of financial transactions online. However, doing so can be dangerous if you don't first take certain precautions.
Your Rights When Applying for Credit
November 11, 2016
When you apply for credit, the process can seem mysterious, especially because lenders keep their exact approval criteria secret. Here is your rights.
How to Secure Your Browser
November 8, 2016
Being smart when you go online can protect both your computer and your finances. One of the most important steps you can take is to secure your web browser.
What to Do When You Suspect You Have Been Infected With Malware
October 4, 2016
If malware infects your computer, your private and financial information is at risk. Follow these tips to limit the damage and get back on track.
Deleting Sensitive Data From a Computer
September 20, 2016
The best way to avoid fraud - and to make sure no one gets your deleted files - is to wipe the drive completely. Learn how to delete your sensitive data.
Recognizing Email Scams: Phishing and Spam
September 13, 2016
Email is an easy way to communicate with anyone around the world. It is also a powerful tool in the fraudsters arsenal to get your personal information.
Why You Should Pass on Public WiFi
September 9, 2016
Free WiFi. It's everywhere: coffee shops, retail stores, and restaurants. It is convenient, but don't get caught in a blind spot when it comes to privacy.
Ways to Minimize Your Exposure to a Data Breach
September 2, 2016
What are you to do when it comes to protecting yourself from having your information stolen? Here are some tips to minimize your vulnerability.
What To Do If Your Wallet or Purse is Stolen
August 19, 2016
Swift action at this point will help minimize your vulnerability. Our list will help keep your identity and valuables safer and make reporting your loss easier.
Storing Your Sensitive Documents In Case of Disaster
August 9, 2016
Read on to learn what steps to take to get organized before a disaster hits in order to protect your sensitive documents.
How to Protect Against Credit Card/Debit Card Fraud
July 5, 2016
Read on to learn simple, yet effective tips to safeguarding your debit and credit cards and blocking any attempts to steal your personal account information.
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