Keep updated on fraud and other scams, as well as ID theft protection and various resources to utilize.
Available on the NCUA’s YouTube channel, the videos are part of NCUA’s Consumer Report series developed by the Office of Consumer Protection to help educate consumers on frauds, scams and cyber threats.
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The use of EMV Chip Credit and Debit Cards will help keep your financial information more secure. Learn more about EMV and how when it comes to protecting your money, We’re with you.
We've updated our Mobile Banking app to allow you better control of your Debit Card when you travel, it's lost or stolen, or if you just want to turn it off for a little while.
If you currently have online banking with WyHy, please click to read about the enhancements that took place as of January 11, 2016.
We recently upgraded our phone system as another way to continue to improve our member service. So we've put together a quick reference to help you navigate the new system.
Participate in National Credit Union Youth Month and that young person in your life could win a $100 deposit into their WyHy account!*
As an added membership benefit, WyHy members can now control and manage all their financial relationships in one place using MoneyDesktop! Click here to learn more and to get started today.
CO-OP SHARED BRANCH SURPASSES 5,300
With 5,341 branches, CO-OP Shared Branch is now the nation’s third largest network of financial institution branches, according to data drawn from the FDIC—surpassing Bank of America’s 5,244 branches.
The National Credit Union Administration has received reports of an online phishing scam that uses a website with a logo and a design similar to the agency’s own site in an attempt to convince unwary customers to provide information or send money.
There are a number of seemingly benign actions that can seriously hurt your credit score. The trick is making sure you're aware of every strange way you could possibly damage your credit.
Within the past several months if you used your WyHy credit or debit card at one of the recently announced data breached stores: Home Depot, Jimmy Johns and/or Albertsons, your account may have been affected.
Beware of telephone calls with voice recordings indicating they are calling in regards to a problem with your debit card.
Phishing scams can be some of the hardest to detect forms of identity theft. Guard yourself against them with these tips.
The recent Open SSL (Heartbleed) security breach does not impact WyHy websites.
The IRS has learned of a new phishing scam in which taxpayers receive emails purporting to be from the Taxpayer Advocate Service (and bearing the IRS logo).
If the phone rings and the caller says he represents the IRS, be suspicious.
Be savvy with your tax refund and use it to get ahead financially.
Steps to take when you receive an email from a retailer regarding security breach information
A major scam that's in the news these days is a seemingly innocuous $9.84 charge appearing on many people's credit card statements.
On Monday, January 6, 2014, the look and layout of your credit card information within Online Banking will be changing. You will only need to re-register your credit card information to access your credit card information. Your Online Banking remains the same with no actions required.
Skimming devices utilized in Cheyenne is resulting in debit cards being used for unauthorized ATM transactions.
WyHy members can save on TurboTax and Jackson Hewitt tax preparation services.
Mobile banking presents the risk that you could have sensitive account data — and by extension, your money — stolen if you're not careful.
Tips from local Law Enforcement to help keep your children safe.
Federal government employees that have been furloughed due to the ongoing government shutdown have been taking advantage of assistance offered by their credit unions.
On Friday, September 20, WyHy sponsored Hot Dogs for Hungry Dogs at the Cheyenne branch in support of the Cheyenne Animal Shelter.
WyHy was sad to learn of the passing of two of our Founding Fathers, Richard Trowbridge and George Allen. We are so thankful for their efforts and vision in creating WyHy back in 1953 and we look forward to continuing their legacy.
WyHy has been alerted to a new method of check fraud occurring in the Cheyenne area.
Thanks to all of our wonderful members since the day we first opened our doors, WyHy is celebrating 60 years of service to the great folks of Cheyenne, Casper and throughout Wyoming.
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