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Phishing

Phishing is an internet scam to steal your personal and account information. In a common type of phishing scam, individuals receive e-mails that appear to come from their financial institution. The e-mail may look authentic, right down to the use of the institution's logo and marketing slogans. The e-mails often describe a situation that requires immediate attention and then warn that the account will be terminated unless the e-mail recipients verify their account information by clicking on a provided link. The link will take the e-mail recipient to a screen that asks for account information. While it may appear to be a page sponsored by a legitimate financial institution, the information will actually go to the con artist who sent the e-mail. If you should receive such an e-mail, do not use the links provided. Call the institution by phone or close the email and then go to the website listed on your favorites list.

Wawa Employees Credit Union's top priority is the safety of our members, staff and community.  In light of the recent developments, precautionary measures are being implemented as necessary.  Effective March 23, 2020, the credit union's branch lobby hours will be from 9:00am to 2:00 pm.  If you have any questions or concerns, please call us at 610-358-8030 or message us online.  

You can access your account, via Mobile, ATM/DebitCard our automated number 800-373-9292 or online banking at www.wawacu.com.  

Working together we can keep all members and staff safe and healthy.  Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.