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Scam emails, text and phone calls preying upon Aloha Pacific Federal Credit Union members

fake email being sent to residents

fake email being sent to residents

More scam emails are arriving via email preying upon credit union members. The email, text and phone messages are phishing for account information. Police advise the public not to provide personal information over the phone, by text message or by e-mail.

Aloha Pacific Federal Credit Union on their website warns:

FRAUD ALERT – Text and Phone Scams

We’ve recently noticed an increase in text and phone message fraud using our name. Both ask for sensitive information regarding your account. Remember, we NEVER ask for personal, account or card information by phone, internet or other electronic device. Only use our official phone numbers and website ( If you did provide sensitive information, please contact us immediately and we will take additional steps to prevent unauthorized access. For more information, please visit our Learning Center.

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