Teachers makes every effort to ensure that your financial information is safe and secure. Our online systems are monitored and constantly updated and we use multiple security layers and procedures. However, the security of your personal information does not rely on technology alone. Ultimately, when dealing with fraudulent activity, each of us has the responsibility to protect ourselves. The information on this page is provided to help keep your sensitive financial information safe.

Identity theft is a growing problem for everyone. To help protect your account we ask for your cooperation when asked security questions to help identify you as the true member.

For more information on how to protect against identity theft please see the our Resources.

How to keep your personal information secure

Taking Charge: What to Do if Your Identity is Stolen

Internet Browser Security

To report a phishing e-mail, please e-mail: abuse@teachersfcu.org

Teachers 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 (PIN) personal identification numbers.