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Fraud Alerts

Identity theft and account fraud are real threats. United works hard every day to combat these threats, but maximum security is possible only with your help. Understanding the risks and knowing how fraudsters might trick you is a critical step in protecting your assets and your good name.

 

  • If you receive one of these messages, do not click on the link, respond to the message, or  the toll-free number. United Bank & Trust did NOT send this message.

     

  •  If you have responded to a phishing or fraudulent communication by sharing personal financial information, please contact us immediately at (517) 423-8373, option 2 or email us.

     

  • Always remember that United Bank & Trust will NEVER send email or text correspondence asking for updates, account verification or personal information such as Social Security numbers, account numbers, etc of any kind.

     

September 11, 2013

Email Claiming to be from NACHA
We have been informed that some of our clients have received a fraudulent email claiming to be from the NACHA. Please remember that neither NACHA or The Payments Authority process the transactions that flow through the ACH Network and neither association sends email to consumers or companies about individual ACH transactions.

 

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If you receive a suspicious email, please contact United Bank & Trust, 888.423.8373, or the appropriate financial institution for assistance.
 

September 13, 2012 Email Claiming to be from the FDIC
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) has received numerous reports of fraudulent e-mails that have the appearance of being sent from the FDIC. The email claims your ability to fulfill ACH and Wire transfers has been temporarily withheld for your safety.

If you receive a fraudulent email of this type, please delete it immediately.

If you have received a fraudulent email, opened it, clicked on one of the embedded links and provided any Bank Account, Debit or Credit Card or personal information, please contact United Bank & Trust, 888.423.8373, or the appropriate financial institution for assistance.

 
June 4, 2012
 

Email Claiming a Purchase Has Been Made
We have been informed that some of our clients have received fraudulent emails claiming they have made a purchase online. The email includes a "fake" receipt and list of items purchased.

If you receive a fraudulent email of this type, please delete the email message immediately.

If you have received a fraudulent email, opened it, clicked on one of the embedded links and provided any Debit or Credit Card or personal information, please contact United Bank & Trust, 888.423.8373, or the appropriate financial institution for assistance.

 

April 10, 2012

Email Claiming to Be from the FDIC
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) has received numerous reports of fraudulent e-mails that have the appearance of being sent from the Publishers Clearing House that make reference to the FDIC.

The e-mails inform the recipient that he or she is the winner of a large cash prize and instructs them to obtain a "Check Insurance Certificate from FDIC." The e-mails state the FDIC will be "requesting a fee of $1,000.00" to provide the "Check Insurance Certificate." The e-mails state that the recipient is to write to the FDIC via e-mail for instructions on how to send the requested fee. A fraudulent phone number and e-mail address are provided.

The FDIC does not issue anything call a "Check Insurance Certificate." These e-mails are fraudulent and were not sent by Publishers Clearing House nor the FDIC. Recipients should consider the intent of these e-mails as an attempt to steal money or collect personal or confidential information from the recipient. Recipients should NOT, under any circumstances, send funds as requested or provide any personal financial information through this media.

 

April 2, 2012

New Debit/Credit Card Breach Announced - Global Payments
Major news outlets are reporting a credit/debit card data breach involving a large processor, Global Payments. While details are sketchy, this breach could be similar in scale to the 2008 Heartland Payment Systems breach. Preliminary reports indicate that all card brands may be affected (e.g. VISA, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, etc.), with specific emphasis upon commercial credit/debit cards. Purportedly, the data breach was perpetrated by a series of crime gangs located in the Dominican Republic. Click here to read more.

 

March 30, 2012

Text Message Scams
We have been informed that some of our clients have received a text message, from the number 215.645.5070, that their MasterCard is locked and they need to call to unlock it.

We've also been informed of another text message asking clients to call 312.962.0439 and enter their debit card information.

These messages are not associated with United or our debit cards. If you have questions about your United debit card please call us at 888.423.8373