Category Archives: Security

Phishing Season

It’s Phishing Season

April 22, 2020

Fishing season in Wisconsin usually opens the first weekend in May. Whether using live bait or favorite fishing lures, opening day is a sure sign of Spring and is highly anticipated by fishing enthusiasts. Phishing (pronounced the same as fishing) season lasts all year long, especially with the current coronavirus precautions in place. Phishing is

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What to Know About Coronavirus Relief Payments

April 13, 2020

If you’re anticipating an economic impact payment as part of the federal government’s Coronavirus response, here are a few things you should know: Funds will be sent to you based on information in your 2018 and/or 2019 tax filing. If you provided your account information in your tax filing, you don’t need to do anything

Wash Hands Watch For Scams

Wash Your Hands, and Watch Out for Scams

April 1, 2020

From checking your Facebook and Twitter accounts to watching the TV news (yes, some people still do that), everywhere you turn right now you’re likely to hear or see something about COVID-19 and the best ways to stay healthy. The key is to determine who and what to listen to. The same is true when

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Your Finances in the New Normal

March 30, 2020

Life is certainly different now than it was this time last year, pre-COVID-19. While we’re all hoping to get back to business-as-usual sooner than later, right now, we’ve entered a new normal, including in our financial lives. Amid all the unknowns, here are a few things you can count on as a Unison Credit Union

Fraud Alert

How to Avoid Being Scammed: Protect your information!

March 6, 2020

Fraud Alert Recently, there has been an increase in text and telephone scams, and caller ID spoofing taking place in Wisconsin and across the country. These calls often appear to come from a local financial institution stating they are from the Fraud Department, and will often try and get credit card numbers, PINs, online banking