Scammers and hackers are taking advantage of people’s fears surrounding the Coronavirus. Here are important tips and information to protect yourself.
Text Alerts for Suspicious Transactions: PARDA continually monitors our member's debit cards for fraudulent activity. If our fraud monitoring service detects a suspicious transaction on your account, we will alert you via text message about the transaction in question only. We will never send you any message asking for personal, card, or account information. If you receive a message asking for this type of information, DO NOT RESPOND and please contact us at 1.800.860.5640.
Card Controls Help Prevent Card Fraud: Our MobiMoney app puts control in your hands. The app allows you to turn your card off/on, receive instant alerts, and limit usage based on location, merchant preferences, transaction type, and threshold limits. Manage and monitor your debit card right from your phone.
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