Learn How to Protect Yourself Against Fraud

At Bethpage, we are committed to making sure your account is protected against fraud and that it is constantly monitored. With ever-changing technology, identity thieves continue to look for different ways to access secure information. Although we have the most recent technologies and information to prevent fraud, you must also keep a constant eye on your personal and/or business accounts.

Bethpage takes online security seriously. We utilize numerous security layers and processes, which are continuously monitored and updated to maintain our security features.

If you have experienced fraud on your debit card or you would like to dispute a charge, please call us at 800-628-7070 or complete the Fraud and Dispute Claim form to request a call-back from a representative.

Below are links to several different precautionary measures and steps you can take to make sure you have control of your own account and are prepared in the event that identity theft happens to you.

One of the most important things to keep in mind is:

Bethpage Federal Credit Union will never contact members via phone, email, text message or cell phone to request personal information such as account numbers, passwords, debit or credit card numbers, expiration dates or personal identification numbers (PIN).

Fraudulent Emails

The safety and security of your account is of utmost importance to us. Learn how to identify fraudulent emails and protect your personal information.
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Recruitment Scams

Don’t become a victim of fraud. At Bethpage, we want to help you and your family recognize and avoid recruitment scams.
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Common Practices of Identity Thieves

Identity theft is a growing concern as more information becomes digital. Fortunately, there are preventative measures that you can take to protect yourself.
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IRS Impersonation Scams

We want to help you recognize and avoid different types of IRS impersonation scams.
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Check Scams

How do these scams operate? What is at risk? What can you do to protect yourself?
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Credit Card ID Theft Protection

Help prevent identity theft by securing your personal information.
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Social Media Fraud

Examples of Social Media include but are not limited to: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Dating networks etc.
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P2P Security Tips

Protect yourself from peer-to-peer payment scams.
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For Additional Questions

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