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Avoid Depositing Checks from Unknown Parties

Consumers should be on the lookout for fake check scams, the National Credit Union Administration, the federal agency that insures 1st Nor Cal members’ deposits, warned after receiving numerous inquiries from consumers. There are many versions of a fake check...

Tricks & Scams In Debit Cards To Watch Out For

Members are being cautioned to watch for numerous debit card-related scams and tricks in 2017. Fraudsters see chip cards flooding the market and are finding new ways to separate members from their money. Robocalls telling victims their debit cards have been locked,...

Holiday Scams

Shoppers looking for a good deal this holiday season should also be aware of increasingly aggressive and creative scams designed by criminals to steal money and personal information. According to the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3), shoppers should be...

Internet Crime Complaint Center | Tech Support Scam

The Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) is receiving an increase in complaints related to technical support scams, where the subject claims to be an employee (or an affiliate) of a major computer software or security company offering technical support to the victim....

Extortion Email Schemes Tied to Recent High-Profile Data Breaches

The Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) continues to receive reports from individuals who have received extortion attempts via e-mail related to recent high-profile data thefts. The recipients are told that personal information, such as their name, phone number,...

Member Advisory: Identity Theft Tax Refund Fraud

Identity theft tax refund fraud cost the IRS almost $6 billion in 2013. In order to protect taxpayers, the IRS has instituted a series of security controls. For those who file their tax returns electronically, the tax software providers will strengthen validation...