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Security Center

Your Security Matters at WyHy

At WyHy, safeguarding your security and protecting your account information is our upmost priority. We have implemented robust security measures and adhere to federal regulations to ensure the privacy and confidentiality of your personal data. 

Report Fraud 

If you suspect that you have been a victim of suspicious activity, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Report a Suspicious Link        Contact Us

Fraud News and Examples:

Help identify fraud:

  • Protect Your Codes: WyHy Federal Credit Union will never request your two-factor authentication code for online banking. Please refrain from sharing it with anyone.

  • Alerts for Suspicious Activity: In the event of suspicious activity on your account, our virtual assistant will notify you via text, email, or call. It's important to note that we will never include links in these notifications.

  • Avoid Sharing Personal Information: WyHy will never reach out to you via call or text asking for your social security number or login credentials. If you have any doubts, please contact us directly.

  • Verification Process: Occasionally, we may need to verify certain details with you. However, rest assured that we will never request information out of the blue.

  • Keep Your Password Confidential: Your digital banking password is confidential. Please refrain from sharing it with anyone, even if they appear to be legitimate WyHy representatives.

  • Verify Links: Always verify that any links you receive direct you to a legitimate, secure website. If uncertain, manually type www.wyhy.org into your browser and proceed from there.

NCUA Fraud Prevention Center
The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) now provides a wonderful resource for credit union members covering a variety of frauds and scams, identity theft and online security information and protection measures. Click here to surf around this informative and very helpful personal and financial protection tool.