Unauthorized Transaction Fraud
I have transactions on my account that I did not authorize. What do I do?
When you have unauthorized transactions on your account, the Credit Union will need some information from you for our fraud procedures. Please complete the following steps:
- Contact your local police department and file a police report. Keep this information handy, as the Credit Union will need the report number for further processing.
- Contact the company or merchant that put the transaction through. Keep detailed notes regarding your conversation (how transaction was processed [internet, phone, etc.], name of person you contacted, etc.) Use our fraud worksheet to help.
- Visit a CCCU branch to complete an Affidavit of Unauthorized Entry.
You have 60 days to notify us of a fraudulent transaction on your statement and provide the information. After this time, we cannot guarantee that you will receive credit for the unauthorized transaction.
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