Members of Oregon State Credit Union may have noticed an alarming email come into their inboxes in the past week. It’s a warning about a scam phone call that has affected some members of the locally operated credit union.

In it, someone posing as an employee of the credit union asks locals for their online account username, as well as a code that can be sent as a two-factor authentication to a customer’s e-mail or cellphone. This information essentially provides the scammer with access to your account, allowing them to change your passwords and even draw out funds.  

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