Security Alerts

  • Fraudulent Emails and Counterfeit Cashier’s Checks to UNM Students

    Sep 23, 2019
    We have received reports that there is an email scam targeting UNM students. The fraudulent email presents as if it is coming from someone at the University of New Mexico, stating that they are recruiting for jobs, offering recipients the opportunity to make up to $400 weekly. Please do not provide any personal or account information.
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  • Fraudulent Calls and Texts Regarding Card Transactions

    Sep 06, 2019
    We have received reports that fraudulent phone calls and text messages are being sent to random phone numbers in the 505 area code claiming to be from Nusenda Credit Union and posing as account alerts. Please do not provide any personal or account information.
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  • Fraudulent Texts Regarding ATM and Debit Cards

    Jul 01, 2019
    We have received reports that text messages are being sent to some individuals claiming to be from CU Anytime Fraud Services. The texts include the last 4 digits of the member’s card number, as well as several transactions that are not valid. The text message asks recipients to call 877-273-5740. This is not a CU Anytime or Nusenda Credit Union phone number. Please do not provide any personal or account information.
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  • Fraudulent Texts Regarding Debit Cards

    Mar 08, 2019
    We are receiving reports of fraudulent text messages being sent to individuals, including Nusenda members. The message states it is from Visa® and informs the recipient that their debit card has been temporarily locked. This is an attempt to access personal information, please do not click the link or call the number provided.
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