Phishing Attack Information
WARNING: Some Solano First members may receive emails claiming to be from Solano First Federal Credit Union or other legitimate financial institution (for example: National Credit Union Administration, CUNA Mutual Group, etc.) requesting specific account information by directing them to a fake Solano First web site or other legitimate-looking web site. This email is coming from an attacker who has set up a "phishing" web site in an attempt to get credit union member's identification information through the spoofed web site.
Common "phishing" practices instruct recipients to click on a link supposedly to the official web site and log in with the member's account and password information, or provide other identification information. We will never attempt to contact you to verify your personal or account information over the phone, via a link in an email, or through text messaging. If you receive a request from someone claiming to represent Solano First, it's fraudulent, and you should contact us immediately. To avoid potential "phishing" attacks, Solano First advises members to type in the official web address (URL) to access a web site instead of clicking a link provided in a suspicious email.
In the event you receive a suspicious email, contact us immediately to confirm the authenticity of the communication and report the suspicious activity.