Safeguard Your Finances

At Teachers, we understand the importance of safeguarding your money. As the digital landscape evolves, so do the tactics of fraudsters seeking access to your personal and financial information. Taking proactive steps to protect your accounts from these potential threats is essential. Stay ahead by regularly reviewing your accounts, updating passwords, and remaining vigilant against unsolicited communications. With these essential practices, you can protect yourself from identity theft. 

 

Remember, Teachers will never text or email you a link to log into your online banking to request password changes or to verify transactions.

Teachers will also NEVER contact you to request your personal information, including:

●   Social Security Number

●   Credit or Debit Card Details

●   PIN - Personal Identification Number

●   Home or Billing Address

●   Date of Birth

●   Verification Codes

●   Driver License or Passport Number

 

 

Education is the Best Defense Against Fraud

Watch Our Video for Essential Fraud Prevention Tips

Fraud Prevention Resources


Do not wait until it's too late to safeguard your finances. Review our fraud prevention resources designed to equip you with the knowledge and tools you need to recognize and combat fraudulent schemes effectively.
Fraud Prevention Resources
Report Fraud
Consumer Fraud Types

If someone contacts you claiming to be from Teachers and requests your account information, do not share any information. Please call Teachers directly at 1-800-341-4333 so we can validate the authenticity of the request.