Fraud Prevention Center

The Summit will never contact you to ask for your account numbers, card number, zip code, passwords, pin numbers, passcodes, or usernames. If anyone contacts you unexpectedly and requests this information, do not provide it.

Protecting your accounts is a top priority for The Summit.

Identity theft is one of the most prevalent crimes in America today. In today’s digital world, it’s important to be on the lookout for fraudulent activity and to know how to safeguard yourself against it. At The Summit, we monitor this activity on a daily – and even hourly – basis. 

Below are resources and advice to help you stay safe from this growing problem.

Types of Scams

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Victim of Identity Theft?

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Protect Your Information

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Card Security Features

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Report Card Lost or Stolen

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Fraudulent activity is on the rise

What to do if it happens to you:

Check Out the Latest Fraud Prevention Updates & Tips

Why The Summit is a Safe and Stable Place for Your Money

March 14, 2023

You may have seen or heard the recent news about the collapse of two financial institutions. We want to reassure our members that The Summit Federal Credit has no relationship to, or investment in, either of these financial institutions. We are committed to the financial wellness of our members and take our responsibility to protect your money very seriously.

Share Certificates 101

March 3, 2023

If you have some extra savings and want to earn higher dividends than a regular savings or money market account, a share certificate might just be the perfect way.

Common Cents for Couples: How to Manage Money Together

February 8, 2023

For some couples, February might be a month for romantic connection – celebrating Valentine’s Day with dinner reservations or romantic gifting. For others, solidarity and closeness can be found in boycotting Cupid together. Regardless of whether you have a love or hate relationship with the cherubic matchmaker who wields heart-tipped arrows, one thing is certain: cohabitating couples will enjoy a more harmonious relationship when they align on money matters.